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Welcome back to the weekly link share! I hope you missed me, because I missed you! Say you missed me!
I took a little mental health hiatus after I had a recent life change to being unemployed, a hiatus that took place in Europe. I went to Croatia and it did not change my life! It was very pretty, but I didn’t watch Game of Thrones, so I didn’t know what the references to the dragons or whatever were. I also don’t think it’s the hidden gem that travel influencers swear on their life it is; Dubrovnik and Split feel very much rebuilt for Instagram tourism. But I have nothing to prove that. Just vibes.
Here’s what I’ve been thinking about:
My For You Page has become completely dominated by content about hobby horsing (equestrian riding if the horse was actually just a broom handle) and I have never been happier to be on TikTok. I love any activity that requires a level of delusion to participate, like pretending a plushie horse head on a stick is a real horse.
It’s finally private chef in the Hamptons content season, which is my Met Gala, my Bama Rush, my Cannes Film Festival. I cannot wait to watch the girls get up to their upstate shenanigans and make their stunning little meals. That’s what they made this season for.
I refuse to talk about Livvy and Baby Gronk. Read Kelsey Weekman’s rundown on it.
My big thing during my time off has been taking long walks, during which I listen to a frankly concerning amount of One Direction. I know what you’re thinking, I’m going through their whole discography during these walks. No. I predominantly only listen to their recently leaked song or one single song on repeat (it’s “Fool’s Gold,” who am I kidding). I spend most of my time during these two-hour walks fearing that one day someone will be like “Aha! This was all AI! You’ve been got!” and it’s not actually a leaked One Direction song, because then I will cry, and no one wants to see that happen. I do not think about anything else. So that’s where I’m at.
Nice things to consider:
My latest favorite word game, The Guardian’s Wordiply.