Happy Friday from NYC. I’m here for a super quick visit, speaking on a panel this afternoon. Had a great dinner last night with two girls I’ve chatted with on Instagram for a long time (they both have rescue dogs and that’s how I found them). It’s not something I’d normally do, but it reminded me the power of getting out of your comfort zone. Despite all it’s flaws, social media can be a great tool for creating connection. Hope all of you 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)
This story about Norah Jones using her fame to carve out the career she wants is so inspirational.
It’s prime veggie season, which means you should absolutely be whipping up homemade dressing. Here’s a classic vinaigrette recipe to get you started.
A lightened up version of Cajun chicken pasta—AND it’s a one-pot meal.
The Golden State Killer’s victims get their turn to speak in this new true crime podcast.
One more time for the people in the back—how to overcome imposter syndrome.
Elizabeth Warren is emerging as a frontrunner for 2020, here’s how she’s giving women hope.
These states are protecting rights and expanding access to abortion.
It’s Anthro’s biggest home sale of the season and my favorite mirror is 20% off (I have the 3 ft size).
This kung pao cauliflower recipe looks insanely delicious.
Check out this really interesting DIY headboard idea over on Design*Sponge.
Why the labels “working mom” and “stay at home mom” are problematic.
How to decide between matte or glossy paint.
Why your next vacation should be somewhere you’ve already been. The case for nowstalgia.
Have you watched the Central Park Five documentary on Netflix? Here the attacker’s other victims speak out.
Five high-yield savings accounts that will help your hard-earned dough grow!