Weekly Reads and Finds

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We finally got to test out the balcony tonight to watch the fireworks. They have been cancelled for the past few years but since it is Canada Day they brought them back this year.

The view is incredible, and we don’t have to crowd the elevator or the streets to watch them anymore.

It was awesome.

I made a couple pf purchases this week that I am excited about.

I hate dressing for summer, so I tend to not spend much on a summer wardrobe and save it for fall, so I found some Acne Studios leather flats on clearance.

Today I found a vintage necklace that I have been searching for along with the matching earrings for a great price.

The seller broke the set up, but I was able to get them both for no extra shipping costs.

I see them both being sold separately often and usually the price is higher than I want, so I have skipped by a lot of them.

Occasionally I see them for a great price, and here is a necklace for anyone that may be interested, and the earrings in clip-on, and pierced.

Pierced are harder to come buy, so they are often much more expensive, and that was one of the cheapest I have seen them…or here is the entire set if you are looking for both.

They are getting me excited for fall outfits.

Did I mention that I hate summer?…

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

The Truth About Your Brain in Your 40s

An Ancient Home Found Beneath the Baths of Caracalla Is Now on Display

Colour Footage of the Liberation of Paris, Shot by Hollywood Director George Stevens (1944)

Bars, Beer & Wine in Ancient Rome: An Introduction to Roman Nightlife and Spirits

Scientists say they’ve solved a 700-year-old mystery: Where and when Black Death began

Go ahead, be a little spontaneous

The Oldest House in New York City: Meet the Wyckoff House (1652)

Why Small Pleasures Matter

The Only Surviving Manuscript of John Milton’s Paradise Lost Gets Published in Book Form for the First Time

Yet another woman who rarely received credit for her discoveries. Mary Anning, a early 1800s Paleontologist.

Stay safe.

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.

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