Happy Friday! It has been a bit of a hectic week (Pepper was spayed, keeping a puppy calm for 10 days is going to be interesting). Needless to say we are beyond ready for the weekend. It’s another crazy warm forecast with temps tomorrow in the 90s. Hopefully that means more swimming. Lots of great links this week. Wishing all of you a great weekend.
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. 5.20.22
A heartbreaking investigation by USA Today on failed adoptions in America.
Why do rich people love pickleball? Anyone else remember being forced to play this in gym class?
If you’re in need of SPF for summer don’t miss the Supergoop summer sale. It’s 20% off all SPF with code SUNNY20. My favorites: Mineral Sheerscreen, Sunnyscreen Mineral Stick (for kiddos), Mineral Body Mist SPF 30, Cloud 9 Mineral Balm, and also Bright Eyed Mineral Eye Cream.
You thought dating was rough? Wait till you read about this asshole who has been dubbed the worst boyfriend in NYC.
Oh my goodness, this film Good Luck to You, Leo Grande looks fabulously sex positive.
Ricki Lake has a new documentary coming out about birth control. But it may end up doing more harm than good.
I’ve been looking at Birks for MONTHS and finally decided on this pair.
Happy to report I’m thrilled with my decision. They look so cool and are super comfy. I also went a half size down (size 37 and I’m a US size 7).
Choosing a last name for your children.
How cities are bracing for flooding as super storms loom.
The smash and grab economy—Private equity billionaires are looting the country, leaving everyday Americans to clean up the mess—and then fight for the scraps.
So if you’re going to take Paris recommendations from anyone it should be Ina Garten.
I absolutely adore Florence and the Machine, so excited that she’s made new music. Some of her previous albums were basically the soundtrack of my twenties. (C)
“How the pandemic made me lose my ambition.” Us too, girl. Us too.
Interesting TED Talk from Adam Mosseri on how the power is shifting away from platforms to creators. I think we’ll see a lot more focus on this in the not so distant future.
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