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When it looks like spring but feels like winter. MORE, yes more snow in the forecast for this weekend, but it has to end soon right? Guess that’s an excuse to cozy up inside and do some Netflix bingeing (if you have any recs leave them in the comments).
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…

So what if you just stopped trying? Or rather stopped trying so hard. Here’s what happened when a writer takes advice from the new book The Joy of Doing Just Enough.

Behold—the workplace of the future might just be more familiar than you think.

This super cute dress I wore in Florida is back in a few sizes (I got it in xs). (J)

What is this magic? Caffeine-free tea that can also help you focus?

Spring means all the asparagus. This version combined with egg salad, walnuts, and fresh mint is a new take on the veggie.

Soooo you may have heard Instagram made some major changes this week. The good news is it supposedly means they are protecting our privacy and personal data. The bad news is you can no longer “like” Instagram photos to get outfit deets. BUT, there’s a solution. Follow me in the app and everything I post to IG is there! (J)

These kitchen cheat sheets will make you a better home chef.

In mourning the splitting of Channing and Jenna—this story about John Krasinski and Emily Blunt made me smile. (C)

Never underestimate the power of a single palm leaf. Um also that first bar image? Basically goals.

How Joan Didion became Joan Didion.

The mirror in our faux entryway is on sale right now. We have the 36 inch in bras. (J)

Just in time for spring! There are twenty-eight new fabric patterns from Rifle Paper Co.

Grace is totally inspiring me to rock a kimono. (J)

But really, how often should we be washing our hair?

You probably hear me talk a lot about clean products lately. I’ve been on a mission to rid my beauty cabinet and home of toxic ingredients. I loved this article breaking down different toxic ingredients to avoid and was surprised by how many I was using that I thought were clean. (J)

Yikes, this sugar substitute is actually worse than the real thing.

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  1. Sam wrote:

    I’ve got to say, I only wash my hair 1-2 times a week (less in the summer because the salt water from swimming in the ocean makes my hair look AMAZING). My hair has never looked or felt any healthier than it does now.

    I absolute love my Lush hair products, they matched me with exactly what my hair needs (plus they have an amazing sea salt spray). Lush is a clean product line and is all hand made, they put a cute little sticker with a cartoon and name of who specifically made each product. They also give you an extra bonus, if you return 5 labeled pots back to the store, you receive a free face mask! They use recycled plastics for their containers and I love reusing some of them (to hold jewelry, or for traveling).

    4.6.18 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      I’ve heard about Lush. I’ve got to check them out!

      4.17.18 | Reply
  2. taylor wrote:

    yikes! the sugar substitute link scared me. I went to Hawaii back in January and saw all these cool beachy cafes using it, so when I went home, I bought agave nectar to sweeten my coffee (to replace my splenda, as well).
    Thanks for sharing the article. Won’t be buying again! As for now, I am back to raw sugar and splenda…

    4.8.18 | Reply

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