Click. Read. Love. 6.10.22

By Jess & Caylin
10 Jun 2022

Happy Friday. It’s an 11/10 day today on the island and we decided to take the day off to spend with Marin. It’s been a pretty rough few weeks between Covid, recovery and other stuff going on so we’re long overdue for some fun. We’re going strawberry picking and then headed to the beach. Looking forward to some quality time offline. Have 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. 6.10.22

There’s still a few tickets left to the garden party at Kelly Way Gardens in Woodstock this summer! I can’t wait.

Gun control legislation needs to protect the most vulnerable of us.

What lessons are kids learning from the Amber Heard v. Johnny Depp case?

If you’re looking for a summer hat I’ve had this straw hat for years. It’s great quality for the price. (Jess)

I just started watching Conversations with Friends (based on the Sally Rooney book) on Hulu and it’s really good! (Caylin)

Why Dems suck at messaging.

New York City is safer than small town America.

“The Institutionalist Dianne Feinstein fought for gun control, civil rights, and abortion access for half a century. Where did it all go wrong?”

Have you heard about #Swedengate? Here is a Black woman’s perspective on it.

I was obsessed with Julie Andrews as a kid and loved reading this article where she’s spilling the tea on her life in Hollywood. (Caylin)

What happens to your brain when you stop wearing makeup?

If you have kids, this article about sharing your kid’s lives on social media and its perils was fascinating.

Why were so many Covid predictions wrong?

Pretty much haven’t taken these off since I got them. These birks are SO comfy and I love the thinner strap and gold buckle (I went down half a size).

Congrats to Grace on her refreshed blog design! Her blog is always one of my favorites to read and I love the new layout.

I haven’t listened yet, but Craig said this podcast about the thousands of Afghans who worked with American soldiers as translators, interpreters and partners was eye opening, heartbreaking and informative.

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1 Comment

  1. Sarah wrote:

    I haven’t worn makeup since a bad case of dermatitis on my eyelids in 2017. Now, I don’t like how I look or how my skin feels with makeup on. Highly suggest ditching it altogether. Put on sunscreen and greet the day, people!

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