Happy Friday. It’s a rainy day here and I’m kind of loving it. We had a short trip up north for a mini getaway to Mad River Valley. I’ll share more soon if any of you are planning a trip to Vermont. The foliage is getting prettier by the day! Wishing you a great weekend.
Here’s the best of the week. – Jess & Caylin
Click. Read. Love. 9.29.23
read. watch. listen.
Why everyone is suddenly so eager for men and women to get married. (The Cut)
A new Human Rights Watch report paints a damning portrait of children’s rights in the United States. That is, children here have remarkably few rights and are particularly ill-treated in the conservative states that claim the mantle of “family values.” (Slate)
The American consumer is finally starting to crack. What this means for the economy. (Business Insider)
All I can say is WTF. Parents are apparently egging and throwing cheese on their children for social media. (New York Times)
Girl math, boy math…there’s a lot of math being done these days. (NY Mag)
Pelvic floor physical therapy is a game changer. (Romper)
California workers who cut countertops are dying of an incurable disease. (LA Times)
How mini moments of gratitude can help boost your mood. (Real Simple)
How do you stay in touch with long-distance relatives? (Cup of Jo)
Strict policies and education laws enacted this year have caused teachers to leave their profession behind — or in some cases, their state. (The 19th News)
“Content has grown to encompass practically anything you can point your camera at. But with that growth, building out a self-imposed surveillance state doesn’t just become a danger, it starts to feel like an inevitability.” (Rolling Stone)
The Sézane October collection lookbook is dreamy. The manon dress looks so cozy.
I got this reversible quilted jacket years ago and it’s still a favorite for fall.
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