Click. Read. Love. 9.10.21

Click. Read. Love. 9.10.21

Happy Friday. This short week flew by and it ended on such a nice note. I took the morning off to walk to coffee with my neighbor. It was so special to sit outside and chat with a new friend in a place I feel so lucky to call home. Living here can have it’s challenges but there is just so much to love about this place and especially the people. I can’t believe it was a year ago we bought a house here, sight unseen, not knowing anyone or anything about this town. It’s been quite a year and that decision is probably one of the best we’ve ever made. Feeling immensely grateful today. Wishing all of you a good and restorative weekend.

P.S. You may (or may not) have noticed the blog got a mini refresh. I had my web designer and developer update the home page design. I’m always trying to find ways to help make it easier to navigate and find the things you’re looking for. I hope it’s helpful, let me know what you think!

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. 9.10.21

As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a look at how (and what) students born after then are taught about that day.

Perhaps the answer to helping us feel better is reappraising? Hundreds of researchers seem to think so.

This map can help you plan your fall foliage trip with predictions for when it will be peak across the country.

I am loving this Blue Tansy hair mask from adwoa beauty. It leaves my hair super soft and shiny.

For all my Kacey Musgraves fans! She just dropped a new album.

If you’ve been following the Elizabeth Holmes/Theranos case, two good podcasts I’m listening to right now covering the trial are Bad Blood: The Final Chapter and The Dropout.

One of my favorite fall/winter boots are back in stock. I have the brown but my cousin has the black and they’re gorgeous.

How companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook have funded far right groups pushing for the Texas abortion ban.

The often invisible struggle of veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Loving the color palette in Sézane’s fall lookbook.

The infamous nap dress just launched in more colors. I got this style for fall.

I had the most amazing Tata Harper facial at the Woodstock Inn this week (don’t forget I have a 10% off booking discount here). This mask left my skin glowing for days.

On the profound grief of losing a pet.

Absolutely loved this post from Grace on 3 things she stopped doing.

Love this. 99 Positive Affirmations to start your morning.

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1 Comment

  1. Eileen Winters wrote:

    Dear Jess Ann

    I was wondering if your Newport Guide had come out yet. I can’t wait to get a copy!

    Eileen Winters

    9.14.21 | Reply