Hello and happy Friday from Vermont. This week went by way too fast. Last week’s Kelly Way event in Woodstock was incredible and I have more to share on that soon including photos. It definitely made me realize the power of in person connection and how much we are all craving those types of experiences. We are up in Woodstock for the weekend and I’m really trying to savor these last few weeks of summer before it’s back to school and fall routines. Have a great weekend.
Here’s the best of the week…
–Jess (J) & Caylin (C)
Click. Read. Love. 8.12.22
This essay about a woman helping her mom find adult friends was positively heartwarming.
On the benefits of doing nothing (and how to do it).
Lot’s of questions about this denim jacket from Sézane I styled in this Reel. I love it! It’s oversized, non-stretch and 100% organic cotton with snap buttons. So good for chillier summer nights (it was 50 in Vermont) and fall days! (Jess)
Have you heard about the millennial pause?
B.J. Novak went to Texas looking for ‘Vengeance’ and found America.
“I don’t look pretty when I workout, and that’s okay.”
This rug I got for our kitchen in Vermont is so great. It has a nonskid backing so you don’t need a rug pad. It’s machine washable too.
Serena Williams retirement announcement is a must-read. It is so beautifully stated, honest and reflective of the choices presented to so many mothers.
Have scientists been wrong about Alzheimer’s for decades?
Like many of you, I’ve been really questioning the time I spend online. This article was helpful in figuring out if I spend too much time online and when to log off. (Caylin)
The mental load of being a sandwich generation caregiver.
I keep seeing this necklace all over the internet and I have to admit I want one too. I love the more affordable and lab-grown approach to the style. (Jess)
Attention, attention. Feast your eyes on this RELATABLE house tour. It totally normalizes the way the average home looks.
“If SCOTUS comes for marriage equality next, will I still be considered my son’s mother?”
Turns out even a short walk after eating is good for your health.
How and why to do a dopamine detox.
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