Click. Read. Love. 9.18.20

Click. Read. Love. 9.18.20 Jess Ann Kirby stops by the Woodstock Inn during her weekend getaway to Vermont

What a week. Craig and I went up to Woodstock to get the keys to our house and bring a bed and some other things. It was a bit of a reality check since it was only the second time we stepped foot in the house. It needs a bit more work than we anticipated before we can move up there with everybody so we’re figuring that out now. Despite an initial mini freak out we are so excited about this next reno. And I am so thankful for the incredibly kind notes and congrats from all of you. Can’t wait to share this process and of course the great state of Vermont. 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
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Click. Read. Love. 9.18.20

This documentary, The Social Dilemma, is getting some serious buzz. But it seems like required viewing to help understand how algorithms impact the information we see.

This vegan cream cheese frosting is a must-make for fall.

The most likely way to get infected with Covid-19. One of the best lines of defense, wearing a mask.

ABLE just came out with sweaters for fall and they’re 100% organic cotton! They also gave me a code to share, JESSANN20 for 20% off your order. I love this one in tan marl.

Everything you need to know about voting by mail—loved that this was more than just basic instructions and covered whether or not it’s trustworthy and more.

This plant-based hand sanitizer I shared earlier this week is from an amazing Oregon based clean beauty brand. They also shared a special code for JAK readers, use FUJI20 for 20% off your order.

How to spend less time on social media.

If you’re in need of some meal inspo here’s 35 of the most popular fall recipes from Half Baked Harvest.

Smart, easy interior design tips that can help you decorate your space no matter its size.

How cute is this baby onesie? Plus 15% of sales also go to Soul Fire Farm, a BIPOC- centered community farm in upstate New York committed to ending racism and injustice in the food system.

Can social media be a force for good in the food world?

It seems so crazy that this op-ed needs to exist: “I Need You to Care That Our Country Is On Fire

We were blown away by this beautifully written essay from Emily Ratajkowski on reclaiming her own image.

How to stop numbing hard emotions.

The Sezane Leontin sweater now comes in an earthy green.

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  1. Anouk wrote:

    The house looks impressive! <3

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    9.19.20 | Reply