Hey lovelies, welcome to my weekly link roundup where I share posts, articles and tidbits that I found on the Internets that I would love to share with you: 


13 Things to check out:

✩ Take this “unusual” personality test to find out your perception of life. (My results were more accurate than not)

✩ I’m trying to read more, she says as she casually ignores her book club’s September read (Beloved by Toni Morrison). These short pieces of literature will be a good way to start.

✩ I’ve recently decided to minimize or at least alter the way I engage with social media so finding totally free things to do online is something I might just take up.

✩ This new Lana Del Rey song reminds me of a lover I lost but never knew.

✩ Assess your Mental Health with this pain scale.

✩ KFC celebrated World Mindfulness Day by making the sounds of frying chicken soothing. Question: is ASMR supposed to make you feel hungry?

you can check out more at KFChill

✩ I like the collection Soft Criminal – a collaboration with South African photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman, Sierra-Leonean designer Ibrahim Kamara and British designer Gareth Wrighton – very very much.


(images via It’s Nice That)

✩ Improve your English by avoiding the word very

✩ The best thing I read last week was Joyce Maynard’s essay on returning to Yale 46 years after she left for J.D. Salinger.

✩ Most of us are prone to calling our exes psychopaths but this is what it’s like to actually date one.

20 Healthy Things You Should Be Doing In Your Twenties (I’m currently doing, like, zero of these things)

✩ Here’s a compilation of Tyra and Naomi being IT! (I don’t know why this motivates me, it just does)

https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js✩ I spend the weekend watching the new season of BoJack Horseman and now I’m obsessed with St. Vincent’s Los Ageless which was featured in the first episode of what is truly a sensational season of television. If you know, you know. 


Have a wonderful week!

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