Click. Read. Love. 7.30.21

By Jess & Caylin
30 Jul 2021
Click. Read. Love. 7.30.21 | dahilas kitchen sink

Happy Friday. Picked up my first dahlia bundle of the season this morning. Our wifi was down so I decided to pop over to the Dahlia Shed. No plans for us but hoping to get to the beach this weekend, looks like it’s going to be a gorgeous one. Oh, and I’ll be editing ALL the photos we shot for my ABLE fall collab. Almost there. Have a great weekend!

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

Click. Read. Love. 7.30.21

This story about a man creating an A.I. chat bot after his fiancé’s death to cope raises some really interesting questions about how technology might aid in the grieving process.

I started the Noami Osaka series on Netflix last night. She’s such an incredible athlete and inspiring woman, I love it so far. (J)

The history of housing discrimination in the US is absolutely appalling—here’s what we can do about it.

Hi! Give us all the peach desserts please! These brown sugar peach shortcakes just scream summer.

I got these Madewell sandals because my Sam Edelman ones are on their last leg. They’re very comfortable but they do run narrow. They’re 30% off with code SALEONSALE.

Take a look behind the scenes at what goes into making a magazine cover.

Did any of you guys watch Outer Banks on Netflix? Season two is coming out tomorrow and it’s sort of the perfect summer show—high action, a little romance, it’s a really fun viewing experience. (C)

Inside a 22-person pandemic pod in the Hudson Valley.

These four things will determine what happens next with the economy.

I shared this safe slice mandoline on IG this week but wanted to also post it here. Total game changer for easily slicing veggies without worrying about chopping your finger off. (J)

I decided to indulge my inner child this week and get some pints of Jeni’s ice cream sent to me to have on hand—their ice cream truck collection just feels like summer. Sure it’s pricey, but it’s so good it makes the occasional indulgence worth it. (C)

These women don’t owe us anything—consider it the ultimate hypocrisy.

As Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka exit the Olympic stage, we only have ourselves to blame.

How Annie Ta is making Pinterest a positive corner of the internet.

While we were up in Vermont I was reminded how much I LOVE this knife and cutting board bundle from OurPlace. The knives are super sharp and it’s the perfect combo for any slicing needs. Use code SHOPSTYLE20 for 20% off (valid through 7/31).

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