Click. Read. Love. 3.5.21

Click. Read. Love. 3.5.21 | Jess Ann Kirby Barcelona Anthropologie Faithfull Dress

One of my favorite things to do lately is go back and look at travel photos from the last few years. Sometimes I can’t even believe how many places we’ve been. Funny how time gives you perspective, because I definitely remember feeling like we didn’t travel enough, and yet now I look back and think it’s incredible how much we’ve been able to see. This photo above was from a trip to Barcelona with my mom and brothers, for my brother Tucker’s 30th birthday.

As I see more people getting vaccinated, including family and friends, it gives me such a sense of relief. I know we are not out of the woods yet but I am finally starting to feel like there is a light at the end of a very long tunnel. I actually think about travel now, and where we might bring Marin on her first trip (though we have to figure out her motion sickness first, poor thing). Honestly I am not even in a rush to go anywhere, just the fact that it feels like a possibility soonish makes me happy. It doesn’t take much these days that’s for sure.

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…
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Click. Read. Love. 3.5.21

Ok, so this is kind of dark but in a hilarious way—here’s what your unsolicited advice sounds like.

25 feel good films you’ll want to watch again and again. Ideal for anyone who feels live they’ve exhausted their Netflix cue.

Exploring the idea about what a ballet body is. Potential trigger warning related to disordered eating.

I finally ordered this Sezane blazer I’ve been eyeing forever and I LOVE it. I wanted a classic, camel blazer that wasn’t too fitted or too big. It looks like a custom tailored blazer and the fabric is structured but not stiff. Sezane sizing is kind of all over the place but the blazer is true to size.

There is no cure for grief, but there are ways to cope with it.

We’d basically take any advice Shonda Rhimes gives.

There’s a promo on my Casafina Pacifica dinnerware I got for the Vermont house (which I LOVE). Get a free serving bowl with purchase of their 18 piece place setting.

On that same note, my fave Farmhouse Pottery is running a promo through Sunday, 10% off their mug collection.

A playful, fun bing watching experience—Ginny & Georgia on Netflix feels like a nice break between heavier crime dramas, thrillers, and documentaries. (C)

Just stumbled on Jessica Olien’s work and it all feels so relatable.

I find toddler shoes to be IMPOSSIBLE, but these vans are great, so easy to put on and Marin doesn’t mind wearing them. That’s a win in my book. I ordered this pair to try out too.

On how we are experiencing collective grief, and what it means to have grief debt.

The history of Anti-Asian violence, and the challenge of addressing anti-Asian racism when lacking historical context.

Not at all surprised that Andra Day won a Golden Globe for her performance in The United States vs. Billie Holiday. It’s one of the best films I’ve watched in a long time.

Forever on the hunt for the best rigatoni all vodka recipe, this one looks like it might be a contender. (C)

How do we find joy in tough times?

The way they packaged this story was really interesting.

On Covid and fertility, babies, and why there was no baby boom.

Madewell makes the best one piece swimsuits I have a few and they are so comfortable (and made with recycled fabrics). I love this print it makes me so excited for warm weather. (J)

Have you ever heard that what direction you sleep in matters? Well, according to Ayurveda it does.

Loved this post from Liz about setting healthy boundaries.

In true crime podcast news, Craig and I are hooked on Unraveled about the Long Island Serial Killer case.

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