Happy Saturday. Craig and I had our first date night since November last night (yeah it’s been that long). Every time we booked a sitter one of us was sick, all winter long. Needless to say it was really nice to have some alone time and adult conversation. I even wore an all white outfit. I like to live dangerously.
No grand plans this weekend. It looks like we have a lot of rain in the forecast so it’s a good time to work on the long list of house projects we have on deck. I think it’s time to finally put away the rest of the winter gear. Wishing you all a restful weekend.
Click. Read. Love. 4.22.23
The Supreme Court issued a decision on mifepristone, a commonly used abortion pill, preserving access, for now. (NY Times)
Today is Earth Day. Because talking about climate change can be so depressing, here are 7 climate wins over the last year. (Vox)
This piece rang true for eldest daughters everywhere. (Refinery29)
OK, this story about a male bald eagle becoming a real dad is pretty darn heartwarming. (NY Times)
Have you noticed the #diedsuddenly? Here’s more about its origins. (Mother Jones)
A really great sale at Pact this weekend. These bootcut leggings are $38 and the ribbed high waist leggings are one of my favorites. Also this cute skort is great for tennis, golf or any or summer activities.
Be in the know about the Crumbl controversy. (Bon Appetit)
Here’s what to do if you overdo it on the edibles. (Buzzfeed News)
The Sephora Sale ends soon. Get up to 20% off with code SAVENOW. Some of my favorites: Saie Bronzer and Dewy Highlight, Tatcha Dewy Serum, Tower28 Cream Blush, Merit Tinted Lip Oil, Isle of Paradise Self Tanner.
“To their horror, many millennials have found themselves with safe, way-too-gray decor and TikTok is skewering them. Here, what’s behind this conflicting phenomenon—and tips on escaping a colorless existence.” (WSJ)
I know I already shared this Vitamin C facial oil, but I swear once it catches on it’s going to sell out. It’s that good.
“I can’t believe this even has to be said anymore, but don’t ask people when they’re having children. Vanessa Lachey could’ve used the reminder before the “Love Is Blind” season four reunion, where she grilled contestants about their baby plans to an uncomfortable extent.” (PopSugar)
Is this new show the best thing since Big Little Lies? (Glamour)
Journalist Virginia Sole-Smith wants to change the way parents think about healthy eating. (The Cut)
What happened to Ralph Yarl is truly heartbreaking. (Elle)
Ex-pat American moms love sharing aspirational content about their new European lives — but what gets left out? (Romper)
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