Weekly Roundup

Good morning! This weekend, we’re having the most gorgeous September weather. It makes me so happy. I think, like everyone else, I’m really excited for fall but am dreading winter and the flu season. For obvious reasons.

This week was all about getting back into the swing of things after a two-week vacation. It was only a four-day week, which helped with the transition. We’re in one of the busiest seasons of the year now.


I need to download this app that tells you about the places you’re driving through on road trips.

This website allows you to search books based on setting, so you can feel like you’re traveling the world while we’re all stuck in place.

AI wrote this entire article and it’s pretty creepy.

A case for putting up your Halloween decorations early this year. I have a theory that we’re all grasping at Halloween like a lifeline this year, and we’re going to crash hard when it’s over.

I watched the first five or so episodes from this Youtube channel, The Chateau Diaries, about a family that bought a 16th century chateau in France and restored/decorated it. I love it so much. This article is how I found it.

Are New Yorkers Really as Rude as Everyone Thinks They Are? I want to buy this book about the speaking patterns of New Yorkers. It’s funny because their description of what a “New Yorker” conversation is…just looks like a normal conversation to me.

The dELiA*s catalogue from 1997. I have fond memories of these.

The Fall 2020 foliage prediction map. Looks like we might be getting peak foliage a little earlier this year?

Thanks for reading!

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