Wishing all of you a wonderful holiday full of friends, family, good food and some much deserved down time. We’re taking a small break from posting over the holiday, Jess will be back on Wednesday with an exciting post about 2018 content and some questions for all of you as we plan for the new year. In the meantime, sending all of you good vibes and lots of love for the holidays.
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…
How to spot a bullshit apology.
This almond filled Challah bread would be a perfect addition to a weekend or holiday morning.
I’m hosting some family for New Year’s Eve and I’m doing a Korean food theme. This recipe for kimchi udon noodles with scallions is at the top of the list. (C)
If you want to start reading about the new tax plan to understand how it will affect you and your family.
These 2018 wellness trends are helping me plan out our 12 month wellness challenge I’ll be doing on the blog starting January 1 (stay tuned!). (J)
The best Trader Joe’s buys will never not be fascinating.
Last day to get 25% off sweaters at Anthro and this kimono is my fave.
Definitely making this soba noodle salad from Julia over Christmas break.
Loved this honest look at marriage and babies in your late 30s. (J)
The home decor trends that will still be going strong into 2018.
Where do kids learn about gender roles? Their parents’ relationship.
Thanks to everyone’s input on my Instagram stories poll (it was a dead set 50/50 of black vs brown) I got the brown Sigerson Morrison boots for this winter. And I found them for 50% off! (J)
Major props to Catt Sadler for deciding to not stay at E! after finding out that she makes half of what a male coworker makes.
What are your favorite Christmas traditions? If you’re looking for some new ones this list has some easy ideas.