Do you ever feel like you have utterly nothing to add? I’ve not done a thing of interest since I last wrote to you; I'm fresh out of thoughts worth sharing. I guess that’s how most people in NSW are feeling at the moment: drained, deflated and certainly devoid of inspiration for a ‘fun welcome column’ in a newsletter that lands in thousands of inboxes.
An interview run by Fashion Journal on my work journey so far, some thoughts on the media industry and the benefits of not being a planner.
“We're rapping about ceremony and cultural unification, unifying us all together to get to a better place, as Australia as a whole."
Last week I got told I should be using SPF on my hands. This suggestion almost tipped me over the edge: why is there so much stuff to do? Throughout every moment of every day?
The endless laundry list of tasks that modern life throws at us (especially us women) in our pursuit of supposed self-betterment is relentless and exhausting. Whether it’s eyebrow laminating, cold showers or yes, dousing your hands in sunscreen: that productivity wheel just keeps on spinning. (I blame Bezos.)
I had no idea that sorting out my apartment would spark a full-blown existential crisis, but here I am.
Paris Hilton’s new documentary offers a genuine, unfiltered look at her life. In the spirit of candour, we got her genuine, unfiltered opinion on… just about everything possible in 15 minutes.
It’s been 10 years since 'Geordie Shore' entered our orbit. We speak to one of our favourite OG cast members about what a decade of partying, pulling and being on TV has taught him.
Despite what my insistence in keeping you across every thrilling element of my day-to-day in this newsletter may suggest, it’s actually pretty intimidating sharing personal ruminations with the world... even if those ‘ruminations’ are just spiels on Lord Of The Rings and ‘the world’ is just you guys, our readers.
I feel sorry for – and admittedly mildly miffed at – the people who loudly declared less than two weeks ago that 2021 would be ‘their’ year. Have we learnt nothing?!