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News­let­ters are back and a mil­lion times bet­ter than the ones that cir­cu­lated when our par­ents were in mid­dle school. Why? Mainly be­cause, this time around, they’re per­sonal. Now, rooted in hon­esty, great writ­ing and emo­tional vul­ner­a­bil­ity, they read like per­sonal emails and offer sub­scribers in­sight into the au­thor’s ex­pe­ri­ences and re­al­iza­tions. En­ter Dolly Alder­ton. This U.K. columnist’s weekly news­let­ter, The Dolly Mail, fea­tures not only es­says writ­ten about and by Alder­ton (which would be worth sub­scrib­ing to in its own right) but also guest es­say­ists, recipes and shop­ping tips. It’s ar­guably the dig­i­tal equiv­a­lent to hang­ing out at your best friend’s house, ri­fling through her closet and com­ing away with new­found un­der­stand­ing about dat­ing, work or sim­ply ex­ist­ing in the world.

Plus, its il­lus­tra­tions are lovely.

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