ON MY RADAR 1.20.23

It was a bit of a…. week over here. Just a lot of moving parts as our bathroom renovation continues. You kind of think it won’t be too much of a disruption, but with a toddler and a small house, it’s been dictating our lives! Of course, it will all be worth it though!! Can’t wait for Jack’s first bath in the big tub!!

In progress with my new needlepoint project!

Here’s what has been on my radar:

ONE // 12-Week Year Free Template

I was incredibly intrigued by this 12-Week Year concept after seeing a viral video on TikTok. Basically instead of thinking of your year as 12 months, you break it up into quarters and set your goals that way. This creator created a template you can use with Notion for free! I love seeing how she set it up and it’s definitely going to help me as I navigate my own goals over the next year.

TWO // Look Linger Love x ChappyWrap

My friend Chassity’s collection for ChappyWrap just dropped and it’s gorgeous. Chassity lives in Charleston and has a beautiful home called The Coral House in the Bahamas too. (We actually stayed there last spring) Her Chappys are so perfectly her and perfectly on brand… right down to the coral prints!

THREE // Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret Trailer

Did you read Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret? It’s definitely an iconic rite of passage to read growing up… and the trailer for the new movie just released. It looks phenomenal. Obviously haven’t seen it yet, but it seems like they did a great job with it! Can’t wait to see it.

FOUR // Tipped Cardigan

Okay, I absolutely love my cardigans from Alex Mill. Can’t get enough of them, really. I just saw this beautiful tipped sweater and I’m obsessed. I love that it has a more relaxed feel– it looks put together but not stuffy. I definitely lean more casual with my outfits so I feel like it’s right up my alley!!

FIVE // J. Crew x ThredUp

Last but not least, J. Crew just started a partnership with ThredUp! You can send in gently used clothes to ThredUp for a J. Crew shopping credit, and they have a dedicated landing page with used J. Crew clothes and you can find some vintage pieces in a couple of J. Crew stores, too. Love to see two of my favorite brands coming together like this!

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Kristen |

When we redid our bathroom, I was shocked with how such a little space could disrupt our entire life. But it’s worth all that construction dust!
And yay for JCrew and Thred Up. Two of my favorite things combined!


I’m really loving the J. Crew x Thred Up partnership. There are so many J. Crew pieces I,ve gotten rid of in the past, and then later wished I still had them! Looking forward to browsing the vintage items and hopefully thinning out my closet for credit to snag a few!