Click. Read. Love. 9.3.21

By Jess & Caylin
3 Sep 2021
Click. Read. Love. 9.3.21 | Camden Maine Harbour Fall Foliage

It’s September and it already feels like fall in Vermont. Full on sweater weather and it makes me think the leaves might start to change even earlier than usual up here. We made it through Marin’s first week of daycare. She has been a trooper and I’m so proud of her. No plans for the long weekend, it will probably be crazy busy in town so we’ll stick close to home and go for lots of walks and adventures. I’m taking an hour this morning to check out the Farmhouse Pottery tent sale and I’m so excited. Hoping to snag a few pieces I’ve had my eye on. Wishing all of you a great weekend.

On a separate note, it has been a heavy news week. Rest is a form of self care. Joy is a form of self care. We can simultaneously have empathy for those who are suffering and feel anger for the things that are happening, while also needing to protect our mental health and well being. It’s a difficult balance but one that we must work hard to find. Take care of yourselves.

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. 9.3.21

Everything you need to know and understand about the Texas abortion ban—and what happens next. This Twitter thread is a must-read with organizations you can support to help Texans access abortion at the bottom.

The damage from Hurricane Ida is absolutely devastating and ongoing. Here are the resources if you’re looking to help.

I’m not typically a Magnolia Journal reader, but I recently picked up their fall issue and was blown away by how perfectly this essay describes how I’m currently feeling. It’s a wonderful read, please check it out! (C)

Did you watch The Wonder Years? There’s a remake coming out that looks really good. Check out the trailer!

I shared these super comfy and cozy sustainably made pants on IG stories yesterday. They’re currently on sale for under $35! (J)

An interesting concept to keep an eye on.

Covid medical bills are about to get bigger, here’s why.

With a settlement being reached this week, it seems like a good time revisit this older piece that reminds us all how personal the opioid epidemic is.

If you’re looking for something fun to watch this weekend, we just watched Clickbait on Netflix and it was a perfect thriller. Full of lots of twists and turns and only eight episodes, you’ll easily finish it by the time this three day weekend is over. (C)

Speaking of fun things to watch, we’ve been watching The Other Two on HBO Max and I can’t remember the last time I laughed out loud so often during a show. Molly Shannon is always a favorite. (J)

On the demise of the girlboss.

My brother got this Patagonia fleece for Marin last Christmas and it finally fits. It’s SO cute and super warm.

Texas Republicans got what they want, but accountability is coming.

Death as only David Sedaris can ruminate on it, this is his second piece about his father’s passing.

You probably know what your Myers-Briggs test results are. Here’s how this test took over the world.

Two beauty products I’m loving that I shared on my stories this week: the Dae leave in conditioner and Herbivore Bakuchiol Serum. (J)

How a grieving mother helped crack her daughter’s cold case.

Resilience is important, maybe now more than ever, some tips for raising resilient kids.

Disclosure: if you buy something through the links on this blog, we may earn an affiliate commission. We only feature products we would personally recommend. Thank you for your support.

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

1 Comment

  1. Precious wrote:

    On your Click. Read. Love. 9/3/21, I’m loving the fall as well and the colors of the leaves. Unlike you’re in Vermont and I’m in Alabama, I wish the weather was as just as cooler. On a side note I have to know self care in the area of field I’m going to Counseling. It get stressful. Be Bless!

    9.13.21 | Reply

Most Popular

The Latest: