Click. Read. Love. 3.18.22
Happy Friday. It is a sunny and beautiful day in Vermont today and honestly it feels like something we all desperately need. I know it’s short lived (cold and rainy weekend forecast) so I plan to take advantage and for a long walk this afternoon. Wishing all of you a good weekend.
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. 3.18.22
Beyond the news, one of the most important things I’ve been trying to pay attention to in Ukraine is the civilian stories—it reminds me on the daily what the stakes are and the importance of donating whenever I can. (Caylin)
For children born during Covid, how has it shaped their development? A topic I think we will try to understand for many years to come.
Let’s show some support for Allison Thompson, a local RI woman who’s a finalist for Miss Rhode Island and working to amplify diversity in the pageant world. Here is the link to her fundraiser.
I went on a little bit of a shopping spree last night at Pact. I love the ribbed style on these biker shorts and they’re made with organic cotton! I also got a pair of the ribbed high waist leggings and the raw hem sweatshirt. If you sign up for their email list you can get 20% off your first order. (Jess)
Have you seen our buddy Shore—Creative’s newsletter? It’s full of fun, sign up!
I love this! Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton is changing his name to include his mother’s surname. (Jess)
Give me allll the comfort food. These gochujang-sesame noodles are a spicy winner. (Caylin)
A sweet story about dating during the pandemic using TV couples as a guide.
What the latest in military aid can tell us about the war in Ukraine.
If you’re looking for something light to watch, Amy Schumer’s new show Life & Beth looks funny.
My Salomon Speedcross sneakers are back in stock and I highly recommend. They are indestructible (you can basically hose them down), super comfortable and really good in wet conditions (hello mud season). Fit true to size.
Spring cleaning…for your brain?! Yes, please!
I got this skort last summer for golf and the new limited edition colors are so fun for spring and summer!
One study found that women’s earnings decrease by four percent for every child they have; men’s earnings, on the other hand, increase by more than 6 percent upon becoming fathers. Why we should all fight for workplaces to support mothers.
Lessons in success from the rich and famous. This totally wasn’t what we thought it would be!
I have to admit I skipped it for a while because of the title but I loved The Sex Lives of College Girls on HBO. The show was created by Mindy Kaling and it’s heartwarming and fun with a great cast. (Jess)
Daylight savings time might be a thing of the past…here’s what that would look like based on where you live.
Saw this from Hitha’s 5 Smart Reads, a pilot program in North Carolina that’s a first-in-the-nation project to use health care dollars to address food, housing, transportation and violence issues, with the hope that medical costs will fall and people’s overall health will rise. This is something we should already be doing nationwide but it’s promising to see it happen somewhere.
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