Weekly Reads and Finds

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Okay, so I am hooked on the k-dramas now and I just started watching The Glory, and I am about halfway done now. It is pretty dark but really intense and good.

It has an extreme bullying and abuse storyline so it isn’t for everyone but I recommend it if you can handle that kind of show. The gist is a woman getting revenge on high school bullies.

No new purchases this week, but I did get to wear some of the new ones from last week. The Adidas pants were a good buy. I was testing their versatility.

I love it when a new purchase works out.

Weekly Reads and some videos:

Over 400 Women Shared What They Would Do At Night If They Weren’t Afraid.

Yesterday I posted a starter spring capsule wardrobe, and earlier this week I made a new digital style guide that focuses on using your style adjectives to build outfits and your wardrobe.

Watch the World’s First Film Made in Babylonian, the Language of Ancient Mesopotamia. This is fascinating. I wish my brain absorbed languages easily because I would be a polyglot, a hyperpolyglot if I was really good at it.

And staying on the topic of languages: Listen to The Epic of Gilgamesh Being Read in its Original Ancient Language, Akkadian

French decorative heels from the 1920s

Victorian stairs dust corners.

A Swiss Army knife on steroids

Hangover Cures of Yore – via Treasure Trove of Vintage Pleasures on Facebook

“What if the “decline” of men’s ambition is just less unquestioned access to power and privilege? […] Men don’t need ambition. They have privilege. They rise unless they work hard at sucking.”

The Museum of Failure Celebrates Some of the World’s Biggest Flops

This Auction Offers a Rare Look at ’90s New York Style

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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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