Stay Home Club with Jill Kennedy: March 15 to 21

Spring is in the air! For real this time? Please? How’s your week going? I’m so happy for more sunshine. Daylight Savings Time usually puts a weird spell on me, but this time, I’m feeling pretty stoked about it. I’m even stoked for the mud that is born out of the melted snow and ice – says a lot! Besides going outside all the time, I’ve been keeping busy with some stay-at-home recommendations. Check them out below 


A little late to the party, but I’ve been watching Dead to Me. Between Christina Applegate’s potty mouth and Linda Cardellini’s warm, yet very strange nature, it’s been a blast. This show is the epitome of dark comedy. It’s on Netflix.  


I’ve always thought one day is not enough to celebrate women, so I’ve been reading a lot of works about women, by women. This week’s read is We Should All be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It’s a personal essay based on her TEDx talk that shares a dream of a new future. It’s a quick and powerful read, and I encourage everyone to check it out. 


EthiopianEritrean artist, Witch Prophet, dropped a new track for her first 2021 release recently called “Shine.” It’s just about the most chill vibe you could ask for, with dreamy loops and calming vocal melodies.  

[Spending Time] 

Maybe I’m old school, but it occurred to me that I don’t have a lot of family and friend photos around the house, so I decided to order some to get printed and picked up some frames, too. This weekend, I plan to hang them up all over to remember the good old days, pre-pandemic.   

What’s on your Stay Home Club this week? Drop a comment below! 


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