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By Caylin Harris
24 Feb 2017

While we’re loving this beautiful weather in the Northeast, Jess and Craig are enjoying some time on the west coast. We haven’t seen all the Oscar nominated films so it’s time to catch up before the awards show this weekend. Any favorites? Let us know. Happy weekend.
xx
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

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…

We’re working on a blog post about running your own business and working in a creative field. If you have any questions about either please submit them to jess@jessannkirby.com by next Friday.

Modern romance! A glimpse as what the text conversations of famous literary couples might look like.

Perfect for your design savvy friend’s birthday party. Plus it’s easier than it looks.

I got this perfect for spring sweater (styled here) in both colors and it’s 40% off right now. (J)

Just in case you’re in the mood for a little spring cleaning this weekend.

A blast from the past, fondue is a simple way to entertain that’s straight out of the 70s.

Inspired by the uber famous reality show, this version is a whole lot cuter and much quieter.

Three qualities all great content needs to have.

In anticipation for the Oscars this weekend, here are some sound predictions to help you with your own brackets.

Cross your fingers that MAC comes out with this every-eye-color-you’ll-ever-need palette that’s being tested.

Rules to live by if you have roommates—in handy and slightly passive aggressive illustrations.

A very interesting take on modern feminism, agree or disagree, this Q&A offers up a lot of food for thought.

Does this remind you of your S.O.?

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3 Comments

  1. pia wrote:

    thank you for sharing this!
    Fash ‘n’ fudge
    Fash ‘n’ fudge

    2.24.17 | Reply
  2. Mallory wrote:

    I have been to San Francisco a few times and have loved it, but was it chilly!! Like you, I was thinking southern Cali temps, but still a wonderful place. The bay is so beautiful. For my Oscar fav, “Hidden Figures.” The book was well written, and the movie has a strong plot connection to the book; in other words, a close adaptation. Good acting and it has strong social consciousness, something our society is in need of these days. I like all the movies though, except for the one I haven’t seen yet, “Manchester by the Sea.”

    2.24.17 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      I haven’t seen Hidden Figures but I definitely want to see it. Manchester by the Sea is the other one I’m dying to watch! Hope you had a good weekend Mallory.

      2.27.17 | Reply

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