Happy Wednesday friends! Once again, we have a short week in Canada this week (Friday is Canada Day and therefore a holiday) which is exciting if really messing up my work flow.
And a note, that if you have read the previous volumes of this series, we are continuing the alternating pattern of lots of content vs. very little.
I’m not really a horoscope girlie, except during cancer season lol, so here are a bunch of horoscopes a few I’ve read so far this cancer season: here, here, and here.
Dumbo was one of my favorite neighborhoods we visited last time I was in New York, and this list has been added to my tentative fall trip planning.
I have literally never seen burrata in my town’s little grocery store, but this salad sounds so good.
A really cool-seeming gender affirming active wear brand.
I never went to a school that did summer reading lists (I’m not convinced they exist outside fiction), but I love the idea of them: Carly’s for example.
How to stop dating the wrong person (I take all dating advice with a grain of salt).
How to properly apply perfume (Tinx also says to put a tiny bit of aquaphor where you are going to spray your perfume to make it last longer, I haven’t tried it yet, but it makes sense to me).
I have somewhat gotten into a routine of morning walks, and while they haven’t been as life-changing for me as this writer, they do feel really good.
American women do not face the pre-Roe era, they face something much more sinister.
I made a joke about buying a visor for the office to block the fluorescent that reflects right into my eyes, but I’m not so sure I was joking anymore when cute ones like this are available.
I don’t know if I will ever be over the Hill House Home offices.
THERE IS GOING TO BE A MARY KATE AND ASHLEY DOCUMENTARY!
I would love to hear more from Natalie Portman about the mind-fuck that bulking up for Thor: Love and Thunder was “for Black Swan I was asked to get as small as possible… for this I was asked to get as big as possible”. I know there were years in between, but still it has to be weird as a woman to go from constantly thinking about how much space you take up, to being asked to take up more.
Anne Hathaway’s personal favourite Devil Wears Prada costume.
Have a great rest of your week!