Happy Friday. Happy spring (yes that is still a lot of snow in Woodstock). No plans for us this weekend, just trying to stay healthy before we go to California in a week to visit my brother’s new baby! I’ve been doing a lot of spring cleaning, next up is re-evaluating my wardrobe. I like to do it a few times a year, otherwise things get cluttered and my closet gets out of control. Wishing you all a great weekend. Lots of good links this week! FYI, starting next week, Click. Read. Love. will be going live on Saturday mornings (there will be regular blog posts from Monday-Friday). More to come on that with a little site refresh too.
Here’s the best of the week…
–Jess (J) & Caylin
Click. Read. Love. 3.24.23
If you’re looking for a more eco-friendly and draught tolerant option than grass, here are gravel gardens for your consideration. (NYTimes)
If you ever felt like you weren’t believed or taken seriously as a sufferer of hyperemesis gravidarum, you’re not alone. After suffering from it herself, this doctor made understanding and researching HG her life’s work.
Finally, a decision that makes sense. A religious school that withdrew from a playoff basketball game because a player on the opposing team was transgender, was barred by the Vermont principals association from playing in future tournaments.
OK, how cute is this custom pet portrait stamp?
The nasty logistics of returning clothing you’ve ordered. What happens to the stuff you order online after you send it back? (The Atlantic)
How to avoid faux self-care and why you need more than a bubble bath. (NYTimes)
For the first time, the Frenchie has surpassed the Golden Retriever as America’s most popular dog. How the quest to own the nation’s most popular, most Instagram-worthy pup has bred a world of problems. (Vox)
Would you try menstrual synching workouts? (Well+Good)
Hold on to your crazy, Yellowjackets season two is here.
Before Logan Roy, there was Rupert Murdoch. Without Vice, there would be no Vaulter. Meet the larger-than-life figures who inform Succession’s love-to-hate-them characters. (Vanity Fair)
“I’m lowering my standards as an at-home mom—and I refuse to feel guilty about it.” (Mother Untitled)
How to enter your revenge era. (Cosmo)
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