The Best Newsletters To Help You Get Through Your Commute

Because what's more delightful than a beautifully-curated letter dropping into your inbox every week?

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We love a good newsletter. Something about them feels so personal and DIY.

The little curated lists of joy can help inspire you in a doldrum and make you never want to reach your stop.

It also means you're full to the brim with dinner party topics, conversation starters and are never at a loss again as to what to read or watch next.

So, in the name of curated lists, here is our curated list of newsletters:

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Lenny Letter

Starting with the most obvious we've got Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner's newsletter.

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Expect famous names, political illustrations and plenty of short fiction.

The Tig

Yes, we've mentioned this one too. It's Meghan Markle's lifestyle blog's newsletter.

Read it for inspiring personal essays, cute recipes and plenty of info into how to bag a prince (not at all).

Talia's New Obsession

If you're one who only listens to music because they already know it, this is the newsletter for you.

Every month you will receive a playlist and a list of last month's top tracks.

It's UK-based, it's run by a woman in the know, and you will be able to say something other than 'Bieber?' when someone asks what tunes you're into at the moment.

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READ.LOOK.THINK.

This newsletter is brought to us by Australian-native and London-living Jessica Stanley and it does exactly what it says on the tin.

The succinct list will nourish you with all that is interesting and beautiful on the internet.

ELLE Notes

Not to toot our own horn or anything, but our newsletter gives you a run-down of our best articles, complete with adorable illustrations.

It also has content from the magazine, often with a cheeky video in there too.

To subscribe, go to click here and enter your email in the newsletter sign-up section.

What We're Reading

The New York Times editors and writers give you bi-weekly recommendations on what to read (or what to say you're reading) to keep you feeling clever and smug.

But if that isn't your bag, they have a whole list of different newsletters to keep you in the know.

Anna Friedman

The journalist Anna Friedman delivers pie charts, GIFs and recommendations into your inbox weekly.

Playful, clever and snappy!

One of Ann Friedman's Pie Charts

The Coven

You may know this newsletter from its blog form.

Last September they published personal stories of abortions in Ireland in a hope to help Repeal the 8th.

It's written by women, for women and about women.

Rosalind Reads

Rosalind Jana is a writer who has a blog, a book and a lot of clothes.

Me plus mists plus a curious pony

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Her newsletter delivers you ten recommendations on a theme, so you always know what you're going to read next.

The WW Club

Yep, New York's coolest women's only workspace has a newsletter to boot.

Read if you want to be the trendy, political working woman you've always dreamt you would be.

So there you go, a run down of who to read, to see who to read.

Pretty meta, non?

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