Happy Friday. We finally got some rain here this week and our yard was very happy, it has been so hot and dry. I just filled Marin’s little kiddie pool up and plan on hanging out in there for the rest of the day (with her of course). Hope all of you 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. 8.14.20
So inspiring—read how Denise Woodard of Partake Foods finally got the funding she needed for her business after hearing no from 86 investors.
Will these ten tips from Ina Garten really change your (cooking) life?
For anyone with tomato plants—here’s how to freeze ’em without changing the texture.
I’m legitimately blown away by these organic bath towels from Target. I’ve been trying different brands to do a blog post and these are the best so far and the least expensive. The quality is amazing and they also stand up to washing really well. (J)
Pinterest is the latest big tech company to be accused of gender discrimination.
This peach brie pastry tart from Tieghan looks SO good. I also need to figure out how to make a vegan version.
Middlemarch and other works by women rereleased under their real names—here’s where you can get the e-books for free.
I could listen to Chris Evans talk about pretty much anything, but I do love his recent project A Starting Point, see what it’s all about.
This profile of famous choreographer, Marion Motin was a wonderful read.
This Doen dress on sale would be so great for fall.
I try not to promote stuff on Amazon but this mirror was such a good buy. I wanted something that could hang on the wall or stand on its own. It looks great too. (J)
Sick of your regularly scheduled take out? These sweet and sticky orange cauliflower bites look tasty.
Loving this new tinted lip oil from Ilia. It has a really silky consistency and the colors are so gorgeous. Petals is a favorite. Beauty Insiders can receive $15 off a $75 purchase, or $20 off of a $100 purchase with code WELCOMEBACK.
Not an upbeat read, but for any anthropology/history fans, this is very interesting piece on how Covid-19 may signal the end of the American era.