Click. Read. Love.
Working on a holiday tablescape this week got us into the holiday spirit. Jess is hosting this year while Caylin is headed to Scotland. How are all of you celebrating? This weekend is all about decorating, and grocery shopping. Wishing you all a great one.
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…
Wouldn’t it be great if HR seminars were this no bullshit?
Proof that Jess’s end of day fatigue might not be caused solely by her fireplace. Although as someone who has been in front of it, it is cozy AF. (C)
Here’s what you need to do with your garden before winter.
Looking for a non-boring Turkey Day veggie? This swiss chard with bacon and hot sauce is where it’s at.
Basically the home tour I’ve always wanted from AD. (C)
Don’t forget to bookmark our dedicated Holiday page for new festive content from gift guides to decor ideas.
Some sage advice for handling awkward family situations this holiday season.
I just ordered these boots and I’m really hoping they’re comfy because I want them to be my go-to winter boots. (J)
Dare you to stop watching this video of hairstyles through the years. Can’t stop. Won’t stop.
I’ll be wearing this cozy sweater during my whole trip to Scotland. (C)
Heartening to see so many women in Hollywood speak out about how hard infertility/fertility can be.
A few hacks for making store bought Thanksgiving dishes taste homemade.
Craig and I have been really into collecting cookbooks lately and this one by New Englander Matt Jennings is awesome.
Basically every gift wrap idea ever. Put them to good use this season!
So in love with these feminism pencils that Jess gave me. (C)
How pretty is this faux eucalyptus garland? Love that it would be a no-mess option for my holiday mantle. (C)
Disclosure: if you buy something through the links on this blog, we may earn an affiliate commission. We only feature products we would personally recommend. Thank you for your support.
So happy to hear you’ll be visiting Scotland! I went there for the first time a couple years ago and it was absolutely beautiful! So green and lush, and the locals were so lovely! Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Travels! x
This table placement is beautiful. I love this!
xo, Meghan | http://tanlinesanddaisies.com/
What a gorgeous table. I can almost smell Pine. Love the Red! Definitely a cheery“Lipstick Red”. I so loved the post on your blogging career and today’s post and how the blog is growing . I do like the pictures and the pretty outfits and I’m guilty of succumbing to buying things that are way too warm for Florida, but mostly I love to see the growth of the blog and getting to know you and to see how it all all works. Everyone needs to share and to understand that their struggles are not so rare. You are real and you relate to your readers and we really do like that Jess. Happy Holidays!!