Click. Read. Love. 8.10.19

By Caylin Harris
10 Aug 2019

Happy Saturday everyone. Sorry links are a little late this week, Friday was rough. One day I think I’m finally on the up and up and the next I’m back in bed with the shades drawn. Anyhoo, today I feel good and it is absolutely gorgeous outside. Honestly it feels a little like Fall and I’m not complaining. Hope all of you have a great weekend, and Happy Birthday Mom!

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)

Homemade pasta sauces>jarred sauces. Here are three easy no-cook pasta sauces you need to know.

Pretty much everyone we know loved the book, Where’d You Go, Bernadette? so we’re equally excited about the film.

Bravo Patagonia for leading the way as an employer creating an inclusive work for moms.

We lost a legend this week—Toni Morrison passed away. We loved this essay by Brené Brown on what the author taught her about parenting.

This dress from one of my favorite eco-friendly brands is on sale at Anthro. Looks so comfy and could easily transition to fall.

Have you ever heard of the Mandela Effect? If not, you’ve definitely experienced it.

LOVE this new slim leg crop pant from Everlane.

Even in the summer, we’re still using our Instant Pot. Craig’s been making a simpler version of my spicy chicken ramen and I updated the recipe with directions for the Instant Pot. (J)

“How I got over my fear of asking for more money.”

This breakfast casserole might just make your breakfasts next week significantly tastier.

How to notice the world around you—your brain will thank you.

The perfect recipe for those delicious tomatoes in season right now.

My favorite skinny jeans now also come in a vintage blue wash. (J)

If you find the Kennedys endlessly fascinating you’ll love this story about the campaign staffer Bobby Kennedy couldn’t forget.

The woman who stops mass shootings before they happen.

Six things to do about mass shootings that aren’t calling federal and local lawmakers.

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1 Comment

  1. Lynn wrote:

    So glad that you are feeling better for the rest of the weekend Jess. Happy Birthday , Jess’s Mom????

    8.10.19 | Reply

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