Happy Friday. I’ve been home all week with a sick toddler. I was feeling pretty good about the fact that we made it 3 whole weeks into the school year. It’s officially fall and I think foliage is going to peak early this year. We’ve had a lot of rain and now some cold temps so the conditions are ripe for the colors to pop soon. Speaking of, I launched a new website called Vermont Foliage. It will be updated seasonally with lots of fall foliage content for all of Vermont. If you’re planning a foliage trip, check it out and please share as well. Wishing all of you a great weekend.
Click. Read. Love. 9.23.22
A conversation on household equity. “I know so many cis-hetero couples where guys leave for eight hours to go golfing every weekend; eight hours to go to a friend’s house or to go to an actual football game, every weekend. That is a massive amount of time that seems inconceivable to a lot of women in those hetero partnerships. I think that men are like… Why would they want to change that? Why would they want to take that away? If all they have to do is just get in a fight every once in a while about it, that seems like a small price to pay for having all of that freedom.”
Anyone else just completely grossed out about the endless Meghan Markle scrutiny?
Have you watched Do Revenge (Netflix), I’ve heard it’s really funny and was planning on watching it this weekend. (Caylin)
This maternal health statistic is disappointing and sobering.
If you’re in need of great toddler boots these are awesome. Marin had them last year and I ordered them again in her size. They are indestructible, waterproof and warm.
I’m a big believer in universal basic income.
Study after study has shown that giving people money is effective at reducing poverty, and the idea is finally catching on. (Jess)
Is the three word method the key to defining your personal style?
I’ve gotten so much wear already out of this Madewell sweater vest and it’s 30% off! (Jess)
OK, if you’re not reading/subscribed to Sara Petersen’s newsletter, you must! Seriously, she is currently one of my favorite writers. And I can’t wait for her book to come out. (Caylin)
If you like reading about true crime and scammers like Anna Delvey, check this piece out.
A heartbreaking read from a teacher who left the profession after 11 years, and how the system is broken. Teachers deserve better.
I always appreciate Michelle Branch’s candor and the fact that she’s touring again.
I just discovered this ethical and sustainable knitwear brand Kilte, and I love the styles and colors of their sweaters.
I’ve read this book more times than I thought humanly possible. Here’s more about the enduring wisdom of Goodnight Moon. (Caylin)
Forget bucket lists, what’s on your f%ck it list?
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