I have been so good recently. So good.
As friends and family turned to pasta makers and bedheads to survive lockdown, I stayed firm. For months, my most extravagant purchase remained an $8 colouring book from Kmart and a few candles. (I will not be discussing my Deliveroo account at this time.) ‘An air fryer will not enter this household!’ I thought doggedly.
Just 17 things our editor Alice Griffin has been doing to lift her spirits of late.
“It’s been a long week. It’s been a long Olympic process. It’s been a long year.” Am I the only one who found Simone Biles’ comments this week very relatable? (Minus the Olympics part, obviously). We started this newsletter just over seven months ago from a place of weariness, and here we are again; so cheers, Delta.
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."