Let’s get right back into it, shall we?

First of all, I’m very concerned about the massive fires in Australia, as I’m sure many of you are. We have a LOT of readers in Australia, and I hope you are all hanging in there. This article rounded up some ways we can help (and any other suggestions are welcome in the comments). [7 News]

The Golden Globes are THIS SUNDAY — OMG — and we looked back at 2010’s red carpet. It was a ride!

We had a great Afternoon Chat about all our resolutions and intentions for 2020.

All I know is, the librarian in charge of TS Eliot’s collection at Harvard had to be ITCHING to get to finally open this letter. ROMANTIC GOSSIP FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE.

This was great from Soraya Nadia McDonald, at The Undefeated: Wandering in search of Wakanda

Apt, for the beginning of a new year, at Atlas Obscura: Why Calendars Are So Weird, and What Might Be Done About It

This piece about all the filming locations for Little Women is fun! [Boston.com]

Related, at Vogue: Dressing Little Women: Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran on Color, Character, and Breaking the Rules

Lainey is on top of all the Dawson’s Creek-related celeb gossip that broke over the break, primarily the Michelle Williams engagement/pregnancy news….

…and Josh Jackson’s marriage and baby news.

Really interesting, at Buzzfeed: How The 2010s Killed The Celebrity Gossip Machine

Man, I’m not sure if you’ve been keeping an eye on this insane stuff that’s happened with the Romance Writers of America lately, but every time I clicked onto Twitter over the break, it had gotten worse. This is a good primer on why it matters. [NBC News]

What interesting intel, at The New Yorker: Joan Cusack Has a Tchotchke Shop of Her Own. 

At Celebitchy: Zoe Kravitz’s wedding was beautiful!

This is old, but very interesting, at Messy Nessy Chic: Inside the Secret Parisian Warehouse where the French Presidents Go Furniture Shopping

At the New York Times: How to Make Friends Online the Old-Fashioned Way (Buying Clothes Together)

Socialite Life rounds up their best-dressed men of 2019.