Click. Read. Love. 7.21.23

By Jess & Caylin
21 Jul 2023
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Happy Friday (night). Getting this up a little late today as we headed back to RI to squeeze in some beach days, family time and get some work done on the house. It’s been a crazy few weeks with the flooding and water situation in Woodstock. Things are finally getting back to “normal” and I’m just trying to soak up as many summer days as I can because I know I’ll be longing for them in a few months. Lots of great links this week! Wishing you all a great weekend.

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin

Click. Read. Love. 7.21.23

Are the seven stages of rest the solution to burnout? (Glamour)

This will sell out fast! My favorite linen button down for summer is 30% off (FYI it runs big). This cotton gauze dress is another comfy, breezy style for summer (also runs big).

The weirdest but best parts of vacation. (Cup of Jo)

Dehumanization is the price people pay for the convenience of using social media for connection. No one needs more platforms. We need ways to cope with the ones we have.” (Washington Post)

Loved this profile on Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. (The New Yorker)

Who’s going to see Barbie or Oppenheimer this weekend?

Speaking of Barbie, absolute brilliance from Jessica DeFino on how the Barbie movie merch undermines the Barbie move script.

Hollywood discovers the middle-aged woman. Thanks to the streaming wars, stars in their 40s are finally getting interesting roles. (The Atlantic)

Could indie retail in NYC make a comeback? (ELLE)

How a strike over streaming could end up killing network TV. (NYMag)

Is therapy actually helping your partner? (Bustle)

Just in case you’re in full salad mode with all of the heat and humidity. (Smitten Kitchen)

Is it just us or have there been a disproportionate number of bear sightings lately. (The New Yorker)

50 things to do in Europe before you die. How many have you done? (Condé Nast Traveler)

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