Hi friends. How are you doing? How did the week go? We had some warm and sunny weather which was seriously good for the soul. It’s cold and windy again today but the sun is out and that’s something to be happy about. Craig is making serious headway in the addition, finishing the tile and about to install the vanity in the bathroom. So I can’t believe we are so close to the finish line. It feels like we were just talking about this as an idea and now we’re getting closer to it being a reality. I’m going to try and find some time to film an IGTV today with outfit ideas for working from home. I miss making those videos and I could use the inspiration. Sending love to all of you.
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. 4.10.20
If you’ve read Normal People, get excited for its debut on Hulu.
Rebecca Atwood’s new collection with Pottery Barn is so happy and beautiful. It’s also made with sustainably sourced materials.
You’ve got enough to worry about—so don’t worry about being productive.
If your fridge is feeling a little empty, this recipe for caramelized cabbage elevates this long-lasting veggie.
In love with this organic cotton knit from Sezane.
An interview with an Instacart shopper on how to shop ethically right now.
If you need a Mother’s Day gift idea, I just got this 5 gemstone necklace from New England based sustainable jewelry company Haverhill Collection. I got one stone for Marin’s birth month, one for Craig and I, and one for each of the pet’s adoption month. You can use code JESS15 for 15% off your order. In addition, the brand is also donating a portion of every sale through Mother’s Day to No Kid Hungry. (J)
My skin does not love being indoors 24/7 so I started using my NuFace again and I forgot how much I LOVE it. It’s a splurge but when compared to the cost of a micro-current facial it’s about the cost of two at a spa. So I’ll do a full review soon!
Couldn’t resist this swimsuit from Madewell (an extra 30% off with code GOODVIBES).
Fun ideas for treats to make this weekend
especially if you have any food sensitivities.
Have you tried Daily Harvest? You can use code KIRBY25 for $25 off your first order. My favorites are the smoothies and oat bowls.
If you’ve binge watched all of the episodes of Tiger King, here’s an interesting follow up on Doc Antle.
I dare you to watch Onward on Disney+ without crying, seriously. (C)
How to work from home in a healthier, more ergonomic home set-up.