Click. Read. Love. 5.13.23

By Jess & Caylin
13 May 2023
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Sun is shining, grass is green, tulips are blooming and it’s a great weekend to be outside. We have already taken full advantage of the lake even though the water is freezing, and I plan on spending as many hours outdoors as possible. Lots of great links this week, wishing you all a great weekend.

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin

Click. Read. Love. 5.13.23

If you’re stuck in a dinner rut, here are the 20 most-saved recipes of all time from the New York Times. (NYT)

A poignant essay on the Joy and Grief of Motherhood in America. (The Matriarchy Report)

Five takeaways from Ben Smith’s Traffic—and the dangers in the race to go viral. (NPR)

It’s not easy to step away from the fight when the cause is so crucial. But it’s the best thing I ever did.” (Cosmo)

Definitely one of my favorite books I’ve read in a long time, Barbara Kingsolver’s ‘Demon Copperhead’ won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. (USA Today)

Speaking of books I just started ‘The Last Thing He Told Me‘ and really love it so far. -Jess

Don’t miss Daughters of India 25% off store wide sale. You can read my review here with all of my favorite dress styles and sizing advice.

Apparently millennials are starting to feel old. (WSJ)

I watched the Bridgerton prequel, Queen Charlotte, and really enjoyed it. Especially its emphasis on female friendships, female desire, and middle-age. –Caylin

Why you never see your friends anymore. (The Atlantic)

Moms gone wild. Motherhood can obliterate you…or it can set you free. (The Cut)

If you need to stock up on sunscreen before summer, use code SPF20 for Supergoop’s F&F sale. I really like their mineral sunscreens: Bright Eyed Mineral Eye Cream, SunnyScreen SPF Stick for Kids, Mineral SheerScreen for Face, Cloud 9 Sun Balm (always keep this in my purse), Play 100% Mineral Lotion (for Body).

It seems like a lot more people are being diagnosed with ADHD these days. What’s behind the explosion in diagnoses? (New Scientist)

Women should start getting mammograms at 40 according to new guidelines. “If all women followed our new recommendation, we could reduce mortality from breast cancer in the U.S. by about 20 percent.” (NPR)

The debt ceiling for dummies. (NYMag)

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