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Cup of Jo Keytags Are Here!

Cup of Jo Keytags

On this chilly Wednesday, we have a little announcement…

Cup of Jo Keytags

We are excited to bring you four Cup of Jo Keytags, made in collaboration with the wonderful small business Various Keytags. There are four different sayings, from past Cup of Jo posts:

Cup of Jo Keytags

BABIES BE BABIES is a brilliant motherhood mantra from my sister-in-law that we’ve turned to again and again. Wouldn’t this be a sweet gift for new parents?

Cup of Jo Keytags

For anyone who needs it, my mom’s advice, TAKE GENTLE CARE OF YOURSELF, is a welcome reminder during this wild year. I love holding it close every day.

Cup of Jo Keytags

For anyone who misinterprets your focus, thoughtfulness, and unparalleled wisdom as something so ridiculous as Resting Bitchface, there is only one response: THIS IS JUST MY FACE.

Cup of Jo Keytags

And, always and forever, we adore this smart, funny, wonderful community and are so grateful that you’re here. We celebrate you with this Keytag: I’D RATHER BE READING CUP OF JO.

Each design is available in blue, white and red. We hope you’ll enjoy these as stocking stuffers, gifts for friends, or treats for yourself. They make us smile every time we pull out our keys. You can find all four designs here. Thank you so much! WE LOVE YOU!

(Photos by Alpha Smoot for Cup of Jo.)

  1. Elizabeth Spence says...

    Beautiful! When we had our first miscarriage my beautiful friend left a gardenia by my door with a note that said ‘take gentle care of yourselves’

  2. Johanna says...

    I’m spending my Christmas Eve and Christmas night working in the NICU with my “tiny babies” (as my 3yo calls them!) so I just order the Babies Be Babies as a Christmas gift to myself!

  3. Gabi says...

    YES!!
    And with international shipping!!!

  4. Kristina says...

    These are so wonderful! I just ordered two “Babies be babies” keychains–one for me and one for my sister. We are always saying this to each other when our kids are acting nuts. Thank you! I love this community so much : )

  5. Alice says...

    LOVE them!

  6. Katrina says...

    I love these and I also love the COJ book idea others have suggested. I’d buy it for sure…this is 100% my favourite corner or the internet.

  7. Em says...

    These photos and flatlays are sooo appealing!! The one with ‘babies be babies‘ is my ideal life 💕

  8. Lesley says...

    Love love love these. And love love love this blog.

  9. Lauren E. says...

    My husband and I adopted a dog in early October and it has been a STRUGGLE. Holy mackerel. I never knew puppies could be so much work. So these days whenever she pees—inexplicably—on my favorite pillow or eats a bloody napkin off the sidewalk or barks at me at 5AM, I say, “Puppies be puppies,” of course, gleaned from Babies Be Babies. Thanks for the inspo :)

    • Sam says...

      Lauren – your comment just caught my eye because we, too, brought home a little puppy on Sept 26 and it’s been BANANAS. I just had to stop and say that I feel your pain and how overwhelming it can be. Some days I wonder what life used to be like before (I chose to take on) this adventure lol. Everyone says it gets better, so I’m really trusting in that when he’s gnawing on my foot, tearing a hole in my favorite robe, or waking us up super early on a Saturday ; ) Hope you’re hanging in there the best you can! Xo

  10. Court says...

    Love these. BUT WHERE IS: If you are crabby, add water.
    !?!?!

    • Jen says...

      Would love this too!

    • I immediately also thought of “just add water”!

    • Robin says...

      Ha yes my first thought too! Can I vote for it as 1st choice when we get T-shirts? There will be tshirts right??? Because my keys don’t need to get any heavier but I could use another tee, especially a soft one, fair trade, and in a wide range of sizes with international shipping :)

  11. KL says...

    Here I am, about to be *that* commenter… I cannot get on board with this. I have been an avid CoJ reader for years, and have continually admired & enjoyed all the voices shared here, expressing diverse perspectives, hopes & dreams. To me, this site is a place that nurtures fun, interesting, creative, intelligent, thoughtful, caring conversations. It’s also a place where people have grown together.

    2020 has required that we grow more than ever. We make note & express awareness of some of the lessons, new opportunities to grow out there… But when do we start to really grow? To change?

    Here comes my nasty comment: When do we stop making ourselves feel better by buying little pieces of plastic crap?

    I fully support the idea that there is so much positive to share about this site. Are tshirts & plastic crap the best way?

    Anticipating that I am likely to see replies to my post encouraging me to scroll on and not be judgemental, I wonder to myself, When is the proper time/place to express contradiction within a group such as this? I like to believe that by expressing my differing perspective, maybe I can help push some growth along, too – even as an anonymous commenter.

    My lifestyle is full of problematic choices. I’m working at it, too. Sometimes the fact that there are so many larger issues to work at can be overwhelming, and I say to myself, Oh this small thing won’t matter. But it’s a place to start.

    • VC says...

      I had the same gut reaction. Thanks for sharing your words. I feel similar trepidation in speaking up, but Various Projects is also a well-established company founded by two white folk… Would have been nice to see this platform shine a light in a different direction (less plastic, less white).

    • Emilie says...

      Hi KL! Not here to tell you your concerns are misplaced — I think it is very fair that you are trying to cut down on the products you buy, and bringing up more broadly that we all have negative choices we make in life and that cutting down on those is something to work on. Nothing to disagree with there!

      I also think it is 110% okay – great, even! – for CoJ readers to buy a little keychain that feels like an added connection between readers at a time that we are all feeling far apart from friends, loved ones, normalcy… I am so excited by the prospect of glimpsing one of these on a stranger’s key chain in a grocery line, or at the gym!

      If you don’t feel that keychains mean anything or would bring a connection for you, that’s great too! Another CoJ phrase comes to mind: “Good for her, not for me!”

    • Heather says...

      Geeze louise the whole tone of this was completely unwarranted to the point it seems you just took out some life frustrations on the Cup of Jo team. To be honest – its difficult to tell what your specific complaint even is and exactly what you’re advocating.

      Are you arguing that by purchasing this memento we’re somehow inhibiting our growth? If so, that’s not exactly how personal growth works given its all just unique to the individual and what they need and want to focus on.

      If somehow this tiny keychain impedes your ability to become a better person, then by all means, don’t buy it! But if for someone else it brings an element of happiness while allowing them to support a beloved and free service, then they should go for it, as I did!

    • Anonymous says...

      I think the key chains are cute but like you I have no space for them! I am trying to declutter and feel like this would add to clutter

    • Katerra says...

      What did I just read?? This made no sense and just strung a bunch of big words together to sound eloquent. There wasn’t even a point. Nah girl, just Nah.

    • Cynthia says...

      KL, I’m glad you expressed your opinion. When I saw them, I thought “How cute!”, but then I thought, “Do I need another key ring?” I don’t, as my husband and I have enough free ones, plus he has two he received as gifts and they’re still in the drawer because he likes a basic ring with no decorations. If they make others happy, or help them get their holiday shopping done, that’s great.

    • RK says...

      KL, I don’t think your comment is nasty at all. I’m also a longtime reader and appreciator of many many aspects of this blog, but I too struggle with the “stuff to buy” side of it, sponsored or otherwise. Do you also follow Erin at Reading My Tea Leaves? I find her approach more in tune with my own values and recommend a read over there.
      I’m a giver by nature but I am so put off by the notion that I need to give gifts to my postie, garbage collector, hair dresser, etc etc. perhaps we can show our appreciation by telling them so, and by supporting policies that support them, instead of a sending out a wave of plastic rubble into the world.

    • Drea says...

      I think the concerns you raise are valid. But…you asked in your comment: “When is the proper time/place to express contradiction within a group such as this?” My answer? Maybe not about a key chain meant as a boost of encouragement. And maybe not during a week when covid cases are skyrocketing, a sitting president is trying to overturn a fair election, and after nine months of sacrifices and hardship, people are being told they should stay away from their loved ones until spring (or longer) for the greater good. You may be doing okay right now pulling yourself up by your bootstraps, but sometimes some of of us need “a little piece of plastic crap” with an encouraging word to help us get through the day. Please don’t kick people who are already down. And for the record, I think plastic pollution is a huge global problem, but you’re not going to solve it by shaming people.

    • KL says...

      Consumerism does not create solidarity/sisterhood. The world doesn’t need more plastic. Thank you for sharing my comments, CoJ team.

    • Heather says...

      Okay so if this is about impact to the environment and fighting consumerism in general then yes, of course I agree we should all be intentional about what we buy and who we buy it from.

      For me, I don’t use the affiliate links and often wish there was a way I could put funds more directly to the Cup of Jo team so this was perfect. I also just so happen to have a key I use for running that doesn’t have anything attached so this solved a problem!

      Definitely agree with the sentiment, but just wish it had been expressed differently, bearing in mind the team is using this to support their work.

    • SJ says...

      Completely agree with you. If we must (as it seems we always must!) have some consumable expression of affection there are many other ways to allow people to purchase something sweet, inexpensive, and shareable (greeting cards or art prints on recycled paper, for example) while being more conscious of environmental impact. And to those who say tough times are inappropriate moments for critique I say p’sh – honest criticism is a form of love. There is no better time to be making intentional choices to do better, even (yes, especially!) in the way we consume $15 plastic trinkets.

    • Madeline says...

      Consumers buying two inch keychains from independent businesses is not where our problems with plastic consumption and waste lies. In fact, individual consumer choices are only a blip on the screen when it comes to environmental well-being. Look to the massive corporations. Focus your energy on reform.

      Here is a small thing that may bring joy. Maybe it isn’t your thing. That doesn’t mean it is inherently a bad thing.

    • D says...

      Saw the keychains, thought they were cute, but not buying one. I don’t need a key chain. But I’m glad they’re for sale, and that Joanna et al have found ways to monetize this blog so that they can be PAID CASH MONEY. They could toss their content behind a paywall, but they don’t. They have thoughtful sponsored posts and partnerships so they can have things like a wage… and health care. I guess they could put the blog together as a form of volunteerism, but not compensating them for their work (art, as it feels like with some posts) or valuing their time seems like the greater evil is here.

      Better them than Bezos, KL.

  12. Emma says...

    I have never bought something quicker in my life (Take Gentle Care of Yourself).

    • Nadine says...

      Same!!

  13. J. says...

    My sister and I are the biggest expressive most exuberant COJ fans (we met you at an event in SF at Clare V. and I think both kind of cried because of how excited/honored/overwhelmed we were?!?! sorry!! but we do love you so much!! in a non-weird way!!!!!!) and she *IMMEDIATELY* messaged me the second this post went live saying: “I’m buying these for both of us before they SELL OUT which color do you want” and then we agreed to wrap them for each other at Christmas even though we ordered the exact same one in the same color (the “I’d rather be reading Cup of Jo” in blue!).

    Also, I’m not sure who mentioned this below about a COJ book, but last Christmas, my sister actually DID make me the most thoughtful gift I could’ve imagined, which was a handmade “Cup of Jo book” using Shutterfly (or a similar photobook service) with several hundred of her favorite comments from the “What Has Inspired You Lately?” post, all painstakingly hand-copied&pasted in the classic Cup of Jo comment font and color. I’m tearing up as a I write this: pages and pages and pages of comments from COJ readers of the things that move them to tears. I keep it by my bed and have turned to it in many moments of darkness as a reminder of not only the thousands of gorgeous, kind, simple, beautiful things that the world has to offer, but of this community of smart, generous, loving people who have made me feel so at home and comforted in so many moments of the last 8-9 years I’ve been reading.

    E, if you read this (which you probably will!) — I love you, and Joanna & team — thank you for the endless gifts you give all of us, including but not certainly limited to this place and home AND the keychains!!!!!!

    • Kate says...

      Oh my, that CofJ book of wisdom is a wonderful gift idea! So much heartfelt advice here from the writers and the readers!

      Your matching key tags remind me of a Christmas tradition from childhood: my sister and I used to make ourselves something small, like a beaded key tag, and wrap it up and put it under the tree with a gift tag,
      From : Us
      To: Us
      We would open this gift on Christmas eve..knowing full well what it was.

      As adults, somehow every year, despite living 1000 miles apart, we always end up getting each other at least one of the same gift (same sweater, same face mask, etc). It’s very strange but also so funny.

    • Sophia says...

      I LOVE your comment. You’ve captured the value of this community so well. Cup of Jo has helped me plan my wedding, my honeymoon, decorate my house, plan for our daughter and navigate friendships, parenting, grief, sadness, loneliness and so much more over the last 11+ yrs. it is my life reference. A book would be such a great idea.

      Introducing my best friend to Cup of Jo was my special gift to her a few years ago. Your relationship with your sister seems so adorable; thanks for sharing your beautiful connection to this blog it made me remember mine as well.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Oh my gosh I’m in tears! Thank you so so much. I remember meeting you both and it was such a meaningful experience for me. Thank you for being here xoxoxoxoxo

    • Heather says...

      My goodness that’s so amazing of your sister! As others have said, I’m not sure how easy it would be to get permission for publishing users comments, but I would buy a book of wisdom like this in a heartbeat. And then I’d buy it for my girls when they’re old enough and it would be revisited over and over!

    • Em says...

      Oh my gosh that is amazing!!

  14. Barb says...

    How about doing one with AIM FOR YES.

    I’d buy the babies be babies one, but I think this is an even better mantra.

    • I says...

      I agree!

    • Sam says...

      Agreed!

    • Kristina says...

      YES! I think about this all the time <3

  15. Lydia says...

    Today I took a long walk on the beach near my apartment. During my walk I picked up plastic bags and other bits of plastic trash.
    The walk was lovely, inhaling the salt air, especially clean after the first rain of the season. Shore and seabirds abounded, Snowy Plovers nestling in the sand, Sanderlings congregating at the water’s edge, looking for sandcrabs, Pelicans flying low and gracefully over the waves and, my favorite, Surf Scoters (ducks), diving in the surf.
    We have wonderful treasures all around–the natural world around us.
    Why do we need to possess pieces of plastic? Why do we need to bring this into the world? It will just end up in a landfill, eventually, or worst, on the beach, in the ocean, in a whale’s stomach.
    Read the quotes, enjoy them.
    But manufacturing bits of plastic?
    We need to un-normalize this type of consumerism.
    And, we need to support lovely gathering places, like Cup of Jo.
    Perhaps a way to subscribe would be helpful, like Patreon.
    Some thoughts, sent with love and kindness.

    • Cynthia says...

      I agree with you. Not only that, most of us don’t need more stuff. Maybe a subscription service would provide regular income for Cup of Jo.

    • KL says...

      I agree as well, with everything you say. I’m sorry that I missed reading this thoughtfully composed note earlier – Your sentiments are more kind and constructive than mine were. I would much rather support CoJ through a model such as a Patreon subscription than through involving a “middle man” and creating more plastic.

      I am sad that it is so difficult to find ways to sustain our own existence that do not require further extraction and destruction of this beautiful planet.

  16. Brittany says...

    It took me no less than a minute to order a “I’d rather be reading Cup of Jo” keychain after I got the text from my sis about these beauties. I can’t wait to receive it! Now I’m pining for a t-shirt with the same message to wear proudly in all of my Zoom meetings.

    Jo – do you think you’d ever make a t-shirt line with these CoJ sayings?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      aww, thank you!! yes, I can see tees in our future! xoxo

  17. sarah says...

    Also, I just commented, but then at the bottom of their full list I saw all of Cup of Jo’s designs, and above them “I’M SPEAKING” Yes!

    • Rusty says...

      I’ve spent the entire day being spoken over and shut down, so HELL YEAH! to this one!

  18. sarah says...

    I just went down a rabbit hole of looking at all of Various Projects key tag designs and let me just say, you will want to add at least ten to your cart. So so many amazing ones! “Criminal” made me laugh out loud and I was only at the C’s.

    Thank you, Cup of Jo – of course will be ordering yours first :)

  19. LS says...

    Cup of Jo reader problems: I reeeeeaally want to buy one (maybe two) of these as a gift to myself, but I talk about this blog so much, there’s a very real possibility one (maybe two) loved ones will be gifting me one of these bad boys. I’ll make a note to order one Dec 26th if I’m not a proud owner before then.

  20. Nicola says...

    Ah you saved my bacon! I bought a ‘gentle kindness’ one for my own keyring, and then when I was on the site I saw one that would be perfect for my mum’s partner. He is our hardest to buy for at Christmas, so this makes it less-bad that he’s getting yet another book AND A RAD KEYRING!

    Can’t wait for my little CoJ kindness reminder :)

  21. Amber says...

    Those are great!! So fun! Ordering one now!

  22. Tara says...

    Yay! I had to snag one for myself and give a early gift for myself. ❤️

  23. Scarlett says...

    Ok I need the “this is just my face” one 😶

  24. Sara Campbell says...

    These are HILARIOUS! Anyone in Toronto (west end – I’m Bloor & Lansdowne) interested in going in to share shipping costs? Definitely here for “This is just my face”.

    • .S. says...

      Sara I hope you don’t mind if I make this a Canada thread! I’d love to similarly share shipping costs with folks in Calgary :)

    • Em says...

      Yes please S! I am in Calgary, let’s do it!!

    • Cristina says...

      Yes, Sara! I’m in the Annex! how do we connect?

  25. Maclean Nash says...

    “This is just my face” is something I have said over and over and OVER again!
    Love these keytags, so happy for you and all of us that get to enjoy them!

  26. Morgan says...

    WE LOVE YOU TOO!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      xoxoxoxoxoxo

  27. Laura A says...

    Love this!

    I just had a thought- wouldn’t a book of CoJ quotes from the readers section be the most wholesome and uplifting thing? I love the thoughtful, kind and fun musings we all leave here. It’s like a hug for my heart and mind, so much good advice for literally every topic under the sun!
    I’d buy at least 6 :)

    • Kylee says...

      I love this idea!

    • AN says...

      I pitched a book on “life the Cup of Jo way, which, let’s face it, is the best way” back in Feb ’19 and offered to compile it, etc., but never got a response to my note. So sad…because man, couldn’t we all use it so, amirite?!? ;)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      AN, that is so sweet!! I must have missed that note. Love the idea :)

    • CS says...

      I’ve thought the same thing. A book of COJ comment posts. It would be truly memorable! I don’t know what the legal considerations are if it were published into a book, but I do know it would be a huge hit!

      These key chains are really sweet. My favourite is “Take Gentle Care of Yourself “. A lovely reminder, and what a great gift to share with good friends who could use the reminder!

  28. naseem says...

    YES!!! cup of jo merch!! i LOVE these, and am also excited to support my favorite small business :)

    I’m here for cup of jo merch, especially these days! Sweatshirts, coffee table book (would definitely buy and gift a book full of the best reader comments), key tags, mug, what else… a “Reading Cup of Jo” candle even (what would that smell like?!)! I’d light it on Fridays while I look back over all of the posts.

    Can’t wait to get one of these :)
    <3

    • CG says...

      The candle would smell like a new book!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      thank you so, so much for your support!

    • caysie says...

      This comment!! Also please make a CoJ tote!

    • Hannah says...

      I would still love (and buy for all my mama friends) a compilation of the Motherhood Around the World Series. It really is the best.

    • Penny says...

      Yes to the motherhood series becoming a book!!!! I was actually just thinking of that idea recently. I and so many of my friends would love it!

    • Astrid says...

      The candle would smell like ‘a cup of jo’: coffee! <3

  29. Hannah L says...

    TAKE GENTLE CARE OF YOURSELF *sob*

    I whisper this to myself regularly, thinking back to that post. You have no idea what a boost this is! Ordered some for self and friends.

    Next: MUGS! (Pretty please?)

    • Yvette says...

      MUGS!!!

  30. Amber says...

    Love these! Anyone want to share a UK order with me to save on postage? (Legit question) 💛🇬🇧

    • Larissa Taciuk says...

      Amber! Yes I would! @Cup of Jo friends – is there a way I can share my email address with Amber without posting it publically? This is EXCITING!

    • Bek says...

      Hey Larissa, you could both comment on a Facebook post of Cup of Jo, or IG post (if you both have social media, of course!) to find each other – and then chat over messenger or DM to share personal details like emails and addresses etc. :)

    • Amber says...

      Thank you Bec! Yay Larissa! I’ll hop over to Instagram, I’m @ambermaxwellboydell if you want to DM me! X

    • Rebecca says...

      I would be up for sharing postage with any other UK readers too!

  31. Michelle says...

    I ordered Babies Be Babies like an involuntary reflex. I repeated this phrase so many times to myself during my first year of motherhood, with thanks to CoJ for lending me the phrase and philosophy. Now, seeing it again, I’m reminded that Preschoolers Be Preschoolers, Mothers Be Mothers, and so on – with grace extended to each. Looking forward to carrying the reminder with me!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      love this. <3

    • China says...

      While I love Babies be Babies, my personal favorite motherhood mantra from the archives is “The baby is the enemy”. Thinking about it still makes me laugh until I cry.

    • Tovah says...

      China, me too! I still think about it all the time and my kids are in grade school now. (I can see why this phrase doesn’t make the best keychain, but yeah. I adore it!)

    • Louisa says...

      I remember reading “the baby is the enemy” pre-baby and it sounded sweet and funny. Then, with baby, I was like, “nope. the husband is the enemy.” Now that the baby is 6 I think, “Huh – so maybe the baby WAS the enemy?”

  32. Fernanda Abreu says...

    I was hoping for one with the “salmon flip” ehehehhe :)

    • Hannah says...

      It would be amazing to have a salmon colored mug with a sketch of that LOL

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      hahahaha

    • Brittany says...

      Oh the salmon flip! That was such a good one.

  33. Ashley McCuen says...

    Just bought some for me & some for a fellow CoJ friend! More merch please :) :) :)

  34. Danielle says...

    I love these!!

  35. Jeannie says...

    Adding “I’d rather be reading COJ” to my wish list!

    I put this in the survey you did awhile back, but I stand by it… “babies be babies” would be SO GOOD on a onesie!

  36. Lindsay says...

    I think all readers should be obligated to get these so hopefully we can spot each other out in the wild and all become great friends just like I’ve always dreamed! :)

    • Amy says...

      Oh I love that idea!!

    • Hannah L says...

      *SOB *
      yeah!

    • Kylee says...

      When my son started preschool and I started meeting other mom’s in the “wild” aka playground, I was thrilled when I found out some were CoJ readers too! I instantly liked them :)

    • Julie says...

      Haha, I love this!

  37. Katharine Sutherland says...

    Yes to “this is just my fave.” After the birth of my 3rd child:

    midwife: we need to get some iron in you. You look ill and pale.
    Husband (in a loving way): that’s just how she looks in the winter.

    • Amy says...

      Katharine! I am sorry, and cracking up at the same time!!

    • Lauren says...

      Hahahaha I’m right there with you. If I don’t wear blush my students ask if I’m sick 😂

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      oh my gosh laughing out loud!

    • Ale says...

      hahahaha this made me lol in real life.

    • im LOLing

    • shannon says...

      LOL, same here when I forgo mascara 🤦🏼‍♀️

  38. Marie says...

    fun! feels like cupofjo gave us a holiday gift.

  39. Katie says...

    never bought anything so fast. Idk even know what color I ordered I was worried they would sell out. Guess we’ll see when it arrives haha

  40. Rachel says...

    I have never clicked “purchase” so fast! Did I even read the whole post? Unknown. I want the whole world to know I’d rather be reading Cup of Jo!

    • Lauren says...

      Same!

  41. Molly says...

    After reading it on the blog, babies be babies has been my go-to saying in tough mothering moments since becoming a mom 8 months ago. Definitely buying for myself!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      love that!!! <3

  42. hali says...

    dear sweet friends + sisters,
    i already got them for myself!
    sorry! love you!

  43. Rachel says...

    This is so exciting!

  44. Agnès says...

    Oh the thought of your readers recognizing each other thanks to these is so exciting ! You will sell them in 5 minutes!

    • Jessica says...

      I wish you had made one that said “Good for her! Not for me!” It’s engraved into my psyche ever since I read it here

  45. Catherine says...

    These are really cute. “Babies be babies” is so true. When our son was about two, my husband was talking about his boss. Our son looked at me and said, with complete certainty, “Bosses be bossy.” We still laugh about that, because it’s true.

    • Agnès says...

      Please frame that ! Perfect christmas gift!

    • Nadine says...

      Hahahahaha soooo true!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      hahahah LOVE that. out of the mouths of babes :)

  46. Heather says...

    Love this – just bought myself one! What a great idea!

  47. Sadie says...

    lol – babies be babies

  48. Ale says...

    just bought 4 of these. dammit COJ, you strike again for the easy, funny gifts for my snarky girlfriends.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      <3 <3 <3

  49. omg…. THIS IS JUST MY FACE was made for meeeeee

    Although, to be fair, masks have *really* helped us RBFers

  50. a.n. says...

    these. are. PERFECT!

  51. This is so lovely! I’ve always loved the idea of your past collaborations, though they were a bit outside of my budget. These keytags feel like the perfect way to subtlety convey my adoration of COJ out in the world. I wonder if I’ll spot a fellow reader!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      YAY!!! I’m so so glad you like them!

  52. cilla says...

    omg omg omg
    Can I buy all four for myself?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Yes!!! ;)

  53. Jane says...

    Bravo!!!

    • Tici says...

      Please, tell me they are shipping to Brazil!!!!

  54. Marti says...

    This was exactly what I needed to cheer me up today, CoJ team! Save me one of those, “I’d rather be reading…” tags :)