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By Caylin Harris
5 Jan 2018
Holy bombogenesis. OMG sorry can’t stop saying it. We made it through the hideous blizzard yesterday, now we brace for negative wind chills this weekend, fun times! Truly though, can’t complain because we were safe and warm throughout, hoping all of you fared the same, I know Boston really got slammed. Sending extra love to all of you up there. Wishing all of you a fabulous weekend and don’t forget to write down your goals and be ready for Monday’s #JAKWellness12 post, it’s gonna be a good one!
xx
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 crush all the goals you set this year.

Looking to eat less meat this year? This vegetable enchilada recipe is easy to throw together and tastes delicious.

Kind of tempted to get these booties I have in the black patent in brown suede (especially since they’re 50% off). (J)

Have you heard of Times Up Now? Check out this groundbreaking organization started by and supported by some amazing women in the entertainment industry.

Nine ways to be a better person in 2018.

Very impressed to see Boston AND Cambridge on the list of healthiest cities in America.

Nice to know our kitchen is so on trend for 2018 😉 (J)

I love the eco-friendly brand Lush and was excited to see them launch a new line of solid bath oils. (C)

Love, love, love this announcement from The Cut to explain why they won’t be ranking Golden Globes fashion this year.

An ending (or beginning) filled with what can only be described as storybook charm— I couldn’t be more happy to hear about this couple finding one another.

On the intersection between feminism and pop culture.

This article about the science of timing and how it impacts health, happiness and productivity was fascinating to me. (J)

This blush cashmere beanie is such a steal.

Savory and spicy these kimchi udon noodles are practically perfect.

The trailer for Ocean’s 8 looks hilarious.

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4 Comments

  1. Briana wrote:

    These link posts are my favorite! I have to try those noodles you recommended!

    Briana
    https://beyoutifulbrunette.com/

    1.5.18 | Reply
  2. Grace wrote:

    Thanks for sharing, especially the link to the boots. Have been eyeing these for a while and didn’t know they were on sale. May or may not have bought 2 pairs… oops!

    1.5.18 | Reply
  3. Pamela wrote:

    Loooove the boots! Do they run true to size?

    1.9.18 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Yes!

      1.9.18 | Reply

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