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By Caylin Harris
28 Jul 2017

A little rain can’t get in our way. It’s Folk Fest weekend in Newport, one of our favorites all summer long. We’ll be at the festival tomorrow (rain or shine) and then Sunday calls for a day of organizing and enjoying the fruits of our new washing machine. The joys of adulthood. 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…

Looking for a few easy-to-commit-to money saving hacks? There were some smart ones in here.

This is both hilarious and a sad reality.

Don’t forget there’s still time to shop the Nordstrom Sale. Our top picks for home, beauty and fashion.

In case you missed it check out our vlog from Bermuda, such a beautiful place. (J)

Remember those Sweet Valley High books? An anonymous artist is photoshopping the titles of some classic teen books. So funny!

What to cook when you’d rather be doing anything else. Or basically the story of my life for this whole summer. You just get me NYT. (C)

The Fresh Glow Challenge starts August 1st. I’ll be doing the challenge and sharing my progress. If you want to join sign up here, the glow kit is a great deal at $58. (J)

So we’ve got rain in the forecast this weekend—here are some great recommendations for what to watch on vacation when it’s gross out.

I know it’s a splurge but I LOVE my new chair for our bedroom, I just need a vanity to go with it. (J)

We Are Never Meeting In Real Life by Samantha Irby seems laugh out loud funny. I love reading essays because you can just dip in and out of the book as time allows. (C)

Stephen Colbert’s take on the Boy Scout debacle this week.

A morning margarita? Sign us up!

I want to go back to London ASAP after seeing this post from Grace about two of her new fave hotels. (J)

Congrats to Julia on her beautiful baby girl Amalia Louise.

This new chandelier from West Elm is gorgeous.

Such a smart list of suggestions for how to start living life on your own terms. Even if you only adopt one or two your week could start feeling dramatically different.

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3 Comments

  1. thank you soooo much for including my post Jess!!! and you’d LOVE both hotels – esp The Ned!!

    7.28.17 | Reply
  2. Briana wrote:

    Yes Yes great links! I love the chair for your bedroom especially!

    Briana
    https://beyoutifulbrunette.com/

    7.28.17 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Thank you! I love it too but I’m thinking I might put it in the office because the fur might get dirty at my vanity doing my makeup. Decisions, decisions.

      7.31.17 | Reply

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