I'm an infovore. The failure mode for an infovore is spending too much time reading and not enough time doing. I was bit especially hard by this a few days ago - I hadn't caught up on LW posts in while and had 100+ in my RSS reader. I wanted to read them all but I knew I shouldn't.
I had the same issue with Hacker News for many years. I broke the cycle by signing for for a daily "best of HN" feed, however even this proved to be too much content. I replaced it with a weekly best of digest and that's been working well for me - the digest includes the top 50 posts by votes, so that's the maximum number of enticing nuggets of content I can click.
LW doesn't have this, so I made it. Here are last week's top posts (Jan 10 00:00 EST - Jan 17 23:59 EST, with a one day lag so Sunday posts have more time to be seen):
This link seems to give a similar list, though it's divided into frontpage and personal sections rather than aggregating both into one like your list does. (I would probably prefer the combined version for a weekly digest.)
Yep, I think that should just be the same list. You can also click on the relevant week and get a page that literally just has those posts on it: https://www.lesswrong.com/allPosts?timeframe=weekly&filter=all&sortedBy=top&after=2021-01-17&before=2021-01-24&limit=100
You can sign up to receive "curated" posts via email, but it's a lower volume than this.
Similarly to Hacker Newsletter there is a weekly digest of Lesswrong posts on Rational Newsletter.