Wow, how did that happen? This week has gone too fast, with interviews, deadlines, doctor's appointments and some hazy LA heat. Gotta say, I'm happy it's Friday night! We're catching up with some friends who have moved into the neighbourhood tonight for dinner, taking a picnic and going to watch The Matrix at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery (an LA institution) tomorrow and getting some chill time in between. What I'm most excited about? Buying a shopping trolley for the farmer's market. Yep, I AM that boring. Have a lovely weekend! Xx
As someone trying their hand at fiction for the first time since high school, I'll be studying this interview with Stephen King, on how he teaches writing (can you, really?)
What grumpy, smelly, whingey (and very cute) babies can teach us
This is not the latest Modern Love, but I only just read it and it made me cry. In the middle of a diner.
Stop feeling guilty about sitting so much (yes, it's killing you, even if you gym it every day) and start doing something about it.
God, I love Caitlin Moran. While fans wait for her first novel, let us bathe in her advice on how to survive parties alone.
Puppies. Trust me.
Eighty-nine per cent of us experience phantom phone vibrations, and other creepy ways social media and smartphones are changing our brains
Allegedly, they've proven that there's no such thing as comfort food. Pffft. Just try prying the Lindt out of my white-knuckled hands
Or brownies. I'll be trying this Paleo version when I'm done with Whole30 (a month of no grains, dairy, legumes, alcohol or sugar).
Why being a pessimist can actually help manage your anxiety. My inner pessimist doubts that.