Outfit details for above photo.
Happy Friday. It’s been a busy week around here. I got the rest of the samples for my Fall collection with ABLE and I am so beyond excited. I absolutely love every single piece in the collection and I can’t wait to share it with all of you (launching early September). I’ve been thinking a lot about being off Instagram (mainly because so many people keep asking me how I feel being off). The biggest realization is how much more time I have. It’s shocking. Not just more time for work, but more time for me, for my family, for things I love to do. It’s been eye-opening to say the least. And it couldn’t have come at a better time. This summer, I’m having fun, for me, not Instagram.
Click. Read. Love. 7.15.22
This article on how to help your friend through a divorce gives good advice!
With the fluctuating nature of show volume depending on where you’re streaming, my husband and I started watching things after the baby went to sleep with the captions on. I was thoroughly grossed out by the sound descriptions for this season of Stranger Things, but I’m happy to report I wasn’t the only one. (C)
Anyone wondering if we were on to something in the early aughts and flip phones are the way to go?
In my never-ending quest to find the best hard kombucha I just discovered Booch Craft and if you can find any near you, I highly recommend! (Jess)
One of the most sustainable work motivators won’t cost you a dime.
I just finished watching We Own This City, a series based on a non-fiction book by a Baltimore Sun Reporter about the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force. For fellow fans of The Wire, it’s a must-see.
This essay on traveling while Black should be required reading.
I finally tested Saie’s concealer Hydrabeam and it 100% lives up to the hype. For summer I got Shade Three. (Jess)
If you haven’t heard about this memoir, you definitely will. It’s getting amazing reviews: Normal Family: Truth, Love and How I Met My 35 Siblings by Chrysta Bilton.
“It’s emotionally draining to live in America right now.” Might just be the understatement of the year.
…And on that note, here’s something about the necessity of hope. (It’s a few weeks old but a great read)
Craig has been pinning inspiration for the Vermont House. We’re hoping to start this fall.
Why Ada Calhoun scrapped her book about an artist to write about her father.
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