Click. Read. Love. 6.18.21

By Jess & Caylin
18 Jun 2021

I hope it was a good week for all of you. Emily and I finally launched our podcast which was exciting and nerve-wracking. I’m also working away on the Newport Guide. I can’t wait to share more about it soon. We have a low key weekend planned, hoping for a beach day on Sunday. Wishing you all a good one.

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. 6.18.21

Emily (@emilyinyourphone) and I launched a podcast this week! Check it out on Apple podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. (J)

The unreasonable expectations of American motherhood—why more resources and support is needed.

A piece that both Jess and I wanted to share about what the rich don’t want to admit about the poor in our country.

A former coworker of mine just published her first book called Destination Wellness: Global Secrets for Better Living about philosophies from around the world to help you lead a healthier life. I can’t wait to read it! (C)

I finally tested Follain’s Vitamin C serum and I love it. It’s so lightweight and hydrating with no stickiness. It’s 15% off right now with code TEAMPICKS. (J)

Loved this cover story about Simone Biles. She talks very candidly about her happiness both in and outside of the gym.

This week President Biden signed legislation to officially make Juneteenth a federal holiday. This opinion piece looks at the complexity of that.

The perfect number of hours to work everyday is five.

Finally had to see what the hype is all about. I ordered the Ellie nap dress from their latest collection. It seems like the perfect summer dress. (J)

A collection of essays and articles celebrating queer culture.

Not feeling like going back to the office? When faced with a choice, people are just quitting instead.

I saw this house tour of a Fire Island cottage and it just looks so idyllic that I can’t stop thinking about how nice it would be to take a vacation there. (C)

The moral cost of the modern zoo—this was such an informative piece.

Stumbled on this video of Ethan Hawke breaking down some of his most iconic characters and I really loved how thoughtful and honest he was about the behind the scenes info. (C)

The importance of mourning losses (even when they seem small).

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