I know today is a difficult day for many. It’s hard to believe 9/11 was 19 years ago. I remember where I was and what I was doing like it was yesterday. The days and weeks that would follow were filled with stories of heroism and heartbreak. I think about how I will tell Marin about that day when she’s old enough. Our world changed forever after that day. More than anything that day taught me the importance of saying “I love you.” You never know when it might be the last time you get to tell someone that. Wishing you all a restful 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. 9.11.20
Love this feel good story about how Julia got her wedding ring back.
This feels particularly timely—why facts don’t change our minds.
Climate change is real and will impact more than our health and safety, a federal report found that climate change will cause serious economic impacts as well.
How to help victims of the devastating wildfires on the West Coast.
Locals, I can’t wait to try this new sandwich place in Providence, it’s called Dips Dips. (C)
Still feeling a little summery in our food choices. These seared chicken tacos with street corn salsa are perfect for dinner.
Love this overnight eye cream I’ve been testing from Youth to the People. It’s super creamy and hydrating. (J)
Something I’ve thought about recently, how will staying at home impact our children’s immune systems?
The children born on 9/11 are now old enough to vote.
Beyond excited about these flush mount lights I ordered for the kitchen. I have been looking FOREVER and I love how these are simple and modern but still feel appropriate for our kitchen. (J)
Bachelor’s take note—this is how a single guy’s apartment can look! An inside peek into Will Kopelman’s NYC apartment.
Jess and I are both straight up obsessed with this docuseries on HBO Max, The Vow. Also, random fact, one of the main players in this scandal is being sentenced today. (C)
Beautiful thoughts on being an internet mom—and the insanity of mom shaming in general.
Have you ever heard of surge capacity? It has everything to do with why you might be feeling totally depleted lately.
California just passed a bill to allow former inmates that have served on fire crews to pursue careers in firefighting. This was an eye opening podcast about the California inmate fire camps.