Click. Read. Love. 8.27.22

By Jess & Caylin
27 Aug 2022
Click. Read. Love. 8.27.22

Happy Saturday. It has been an absolute whirlwind of a week getting our RI house ready for the renters and moving all of our stuff out and back up to Vermont. I have mixed emotions but I’m also happy another family will get to enjoy our home. I’m a bit delirious and exhausted so keeping this short, but lots of great links this week. Happy weekend!

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

Click. Read. Love. 8.27.22

This memoir excerpt will definitely have you hooked…or at least wondering what the heck happens next.

A secret to making new friends—accepting the awkwardness.

I haven’t taken off this gold beaded bracelet since I got it a few weeks ago. I’m so impressed with the quality for the price, it looks expensive! (Jess)

Ten years after the publication of ‘Wild,’ Cheryl Strayed shares her thoughts on the haters who thought she was unprepared, the transformative power of doing big things, and where Monster is now.

ProPublica continues to be an incredible source for great journalism. Set aside some time to read about this billionaire who’s funding the right-wing takeover of the courts.

Speaking of billionaires, another maddening story about a billionaire in Aspen who destroyed a 140 year old newspaper in the town.

This comes as no surprise, the healing power of water.

Leave it to Sezane to create the most chic take on a denim jacket.

Meet the new pop culture character…the morally dubious podcaster.

Joan Didion and Eve Babitz shared an unlikely, uneasy friendship—one that shaped their worlds and work forever.

Don’t miss the Biossance Friends and Family sale.

Get 25% off with code FRIEND25. My personal favorites are the Vitamin C serum, marine algae eye cream, lactic acid resurfacing treatment, and the toning body cream (I really like the citrus scent but it also comes in unscented).

Hustle culture is dead. Did American women’s drive go away, or has it morphed into something new—and maybe better?

Easy ways to automate the necessary but annoying tasks in your life.

We asked people who quit their jobs during the “Great Resignation” what sort of financial challenges it brought. This is what they told us.”

Does anyone remember the house tour we posted a few weeks ago from Catherine Newman? It has gotten quite the reaction!

She seriously has me considering buying this lip palette. I have an eight month old and the fanciest thing I’ve been to in the last year was a kid’s birthday party, but I love the idea of possibility. What was your last splurge? (Caylin)

Very cool, the rise of the first Black-owned outdoors retailer in the country.

What’s the life expectancy in your state?

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  1. HC wrote:

    I always appreciate these roundups. I read the piece on ambition which was rather interesting. I am glad the author took note that this change in hustle culture is mostly coming from the privileged. Women and their families that have lower incomes, can’t stop hustling. The article resonated with me particularly because I have always been an ambitious person. However, I couldn’t have the career I wanted and be the mom I wanted to be to my children. The article really nicely articulated the dueling feeling of wanting to have fulfillment without work taking over our lives.

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