Click. Read. Love. 3.11.22
Anyone else have absolutely no idea that Daylight savings is this Sunday?! A reminder popped up on my calendar to my complete surprise. Don’t get me wrong I’m all for the extra hour of sunlight but we’re also anticipating a blizzard here tomorrow so I guess I’m just not feeling super spring-y. Trust me I am trying. Everything just feels pretty heavy and sad at the moment so I’ve been finding little pockets of joy wherever I can. Hope you are able to do the same.
If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)
Click. Read. Love. 3.11.22
One woman’s 18-point survival checklist for fleeing Ukraine as Russia invades.
A bit of nostalgia for skiers and snowboarders. Is it the end of the ski trail map?
Have you heard about the Brittney Griner case?
If you’re in search of a comfy spring shoe that’s chic and goes with everything, look no further than these loafers. I’ve had them for years and they never go out of style.
New research found therapy dogs can help reduce pain in the ER.
Seeing Grace’s Charleston apartment has me excited to start sharing some more of our Vermont house. Her space is so chic and bright.
This was a great read on how friendships have never been harder to maintain, and why they’re such important relationships.
The prettiest white eyelet midi dress for spring and summer. It’s 20% off for Madewell Insiders.
More resources on how to help the people of Ukraine—we’re sure you’re seeing these everywhere but here are a few more.
How confidence became a cult. An interesting article on how confidence culture, though not all bad, is a distraction and “frees the forces that are actually at the root of women’s low self-esteem from accountability.”
Anyone else feel like alcohol isn’t treating them as well as it used to? Here are three reasons why age and alcohol don’t mix.
The war that Russians don’t see. “A majority of people in Russia get their news from state television, which depicts their country not as the aggressor in Ukraine but as a victim of the West.”
“Why I regularly talk about periods with my sons.”
Not sure if I already posted about this, but I got Julia Turshen’s cookbook, Simply Julia and the recipes are so fantastic. It’s a dinner game changer. (C)
Anyone else afraid of the IRS? Here are some reasons why your tax returns might be flagged.
These straight leg jeans in recycled denim are so chic for spring.
How female entrepreneurs are combating online trolls.
Seeking a little levity, so I’m really excited to curl up and watch The Adam Project this weekend. I’m here for the 80’s nostalgia element. (C)
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thanks jess 🙂
I feel heavy too. Lots of my own stuff going on but Ukraine horrific . I looked at your article about alcohol and age . I don’t profess to be any kind of expert on it but I’ve had my share of involvements with it crossing my path in relationships. I didn’t have family history and I was a typical going out with my friends social drinker . That lasted until well in my forties . When my son suddenly had liver issues and two years later died of it sadly with no warning signs, I stopped having cocktails except on Holidays. I understood that anyone abs any amount of drinks can really damage their bodies . Rich or poor , great jobs , great families or not it was a danger the Social Worker told me how hard this addiction was to stop and for families to watch. So today maybe I overthink it when I hear my young friends talk about hangovers . But I worry about them and my age doesn’t crave the sane lifestyle as before . When I get depressed, I run for a Starbucks . Thanks for the article . It’s important. It’s just as bad as the drug crisis young or old and leaves families devastated. ?