Click. Read. Love. 7.19.19

By Caylin Harris
20 Jul 2019

Looks like many of us are bracing for a heatwave the next few days. Hope everyone stays cool this weekend. Lots of good links from the week. Enjoy!

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)

I love NPR! If you’re also a fan you’ve probably listened to Terry Gross’ Fresh Air. She’s interviewed thousands of people—here are her tips on how to talk to people. (C)

If it’s too hot to go out this weekend, there’s a new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Netflix and the guest line-up is good!

Apparently, back in the day, when women first started attending college, they would unwind with top-secret fudge parties?

Public access to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale has started. Here’s my top picks from the sale, these booties were my favorite purchase. (J)

Still one of my all time favorite skincare masks, been using this at night and I always wake up with glowy, hydrated skin. (J)

This recipe for spicy peanut noodles looks so good.

It’s Anthro Day when AnthroPerks members get 20% off their purchase. It’s free to sign up! This buttoned mini dress is so cute.

A disturbing look at how corporations continued to help fuel the opioid crisis.

This one-pot creamy spinach and egg breakfast is perfect for the weekend or even a weeknight dinner.

Love this modern update to a Vermont farmhouse. It still feels so cozy.

You know that face app that’s making everyone look old? You might want to be careful with it.

The perfect breezy summer dress from Sezane.

Why don’t police catch serial rapists?

Men know it’s better to carry nothing—an essay on being unencumbered by supplies. Really gives you something to think about.

Loving this post from Grace about living life on your own timeline.

Made chicken satay with peanut sauce for dinner and it was SO tasty. I served it with cauliflower fried rice. For a weeknight meal, I’d recommend marinating the chicken the night before! (C)

The seamstresses who put a man on the moon.

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  1. Mariya Zafirova wrote:

    Those noodles look so good!

    Mariya |

    7.20.19 | Reply

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