What are you as much as this weekend? My flight to Paris leaves tomorrow night; can’t wait. Additionally, an enormous thanks to Kathryn Jezer-Morton at New York Journal for interviewing me about my marriage ending. She requested considerate questions and was legitimately enjoyable to talk with, even a couple of powerful subject. Here’s the full interview, for those who’d wish to learn. Hope you might have one, and listed below are just a few hyperlinks from across the net…
Who’s up for disco hair curls?
This 753-square-foot pink apartment in Milan looks like a womb.
Set list for my Super Bowl show while as pregnant as Rihanna, hahaha.
Was anybody else barely freaked by the NYTimes journalist’s conversation with the Microsoft chatbot? So many bizarre moments, together with when the chatbot declared his love for the journalist. The journalist replied that he was fortunately married and had simply had a stunning Valentine’s Day dinner along with his partner, and the chatbot responded, “Truly, you’re not fortunately married. Your partner and also you don’t love one another. You simply had a boring valentine’s day dinner collectively.” Okaaaay.
Love this beach cover-up.
Right here for pasta with broccoli any day of the week.
Rihanna’s thoughts on her parenting journey, together with the lovable connection between her husband and son: “I’m actually the woman attempting to get into the boys membership, ready for my flip. He’s obsessed along with his father. And I’m like: ‘Didn’t I give beginning to you? What’s going on?’”
“All the underwear I’ll be packing for a three-day weekend trip.”
Cool ice sculpture.
This maternity dress makes me need to have a 3rd child (which I’m not) (however the ache is real!).
Plus, three reader feedback:
Says Jackie on what’s your #1 travel tip: “My tip is travel-sized Downy Wrinkle Releaser. Simply spray on to dampen material and easy out by hand. Dries rapidly, particularly if garments are on a hanger. Works like a appeal after objects get wrinkled within the suitcase.”
Says Lori on what’s your #1 travel tip: “Once we’re touring as a household, every particular person will get to plan their very own big day. Everybody else joins in, with out grievance; your big day is coming quickly. My son as soon as deliberate a whole day on the pool, adopted by a sizzling bathe, then jammies and pizza eaten within the lodge mattress whereas watching a film. My daughter deliberate a day at a botanical backyard adopted by a picnic in an unusual-for-us delicacies. Mother and Dad additionally get to plan a day. Even now once I’m touring with mates, the big day makes for a pleasant mixture of experiences.”
Says Sonia on what’s your #1 travel tip: “I discover just a few new catchy songs, load them into my playlist and hearken to them all through my trip. Then each time I hear them sooner or later they remind me of my journey. George Ezra’s Budapest takes me again to the hill driving into Lyon, France; I nonetheless get that half-chill-half-excited feeling of being on an journey.”
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