Click. Read. Love.

After having a solid week of no sun, like not even for a minute, we woke up to blue skies and sunshine today, finally. Pretty excited about this week’s link round-up because there are so many great finds and reads. Happy weekend friends.
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…

Read this piece by Glennon Doyle Melton about one of her kid’s teacher’s brilliant ideas on how to reach lonely kids.

You’ve got to try some of these non-dairy frostings.

I know I’m late to the party here but just started listening to S-Town, warning, it’s highly addictive.

The argument for why not everything should be a side hustle. Hobbies make you happy people!

If you think you’ve had it bad luck when it comes to roommates, think again. This story is absolutely terrifying.

This woven basket is one of my favorite finds lately. Can’t get over the quality for the price. (J)

Remember that scene in Bridesmaids where Kristen Wiig’s character makes just one elaborate cupcake? Yeah, this doughnut recipe is just like that. Making two perfect cinnamon sugar twists.

You need this adobo shrimp fajita recipe in your life.

So much hope for the future watching these high school students.

Grace’s rebuttal to the NY Times op-ed against yoga pants.

You have to admire the commitment the people of Maine feel for the humble lobster.

For someone that’s not a huge lipstick girl, I can’t stop wearing this pink-nude shade. (J)

Obsessed with the patio at this California home. Can’t wait for summer!!!!

How the legacy of Mister Rogers lives on in modern advice columns.

Currently lusting after this year’s Food Network Fantasy Kitchen designed by Shea McGee, I got to interview her about the design and it’s freaking fantastic. (C)

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7 Comments

  1. Shloka wrote:

    Yay for sunshine babe! Love this gorgeous roundup!

    x
    Shloka
    http://www.thesilksneaker.com

    2.23.18 | Reply
  2. Thank you for including me! xx

    2.23.18 | Reply
  3. Kayla wrote:

    Always look forward to the Click. Read. Love. series! An absolute favorite!

    2.23.18 | Reply
  4. Hi, what is the urban decay color? The link doesn’t specify, but I loved how it looked in your insta story. Thanks

    Also just watched your “Get to Know Me” video. I appreciate your comments about marriage and children. My SO and I have been together for a similarly long time and neither of us have any motivation for marriage or children. I could go on but I’ll keep this comment short. Cheers!

    2.26.18 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Thanks girl! And the urban decay color is Naked!

      2.27.18 | Reply
      • greychichadee wrote:

        awesome thx!

        2.27.18 | Reply
  5. Erin wrote:

    What shade is the lipstick? When I click on the link it’s a bright red shade. Thanks!

    2.26.18 | Reply

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