Weekly Reads and Finds

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Something fun has started again, I forgot to mention this last week, but Dracula Daily began on May 3rd. I did it last year and I am happy to see this is a yearly thing. What it is, is a daily email that gives you a passage that corresponds with the dates in the book.

The story in the book runs from May to November, and you will get emails throughout that time when there is an event in the book that takes place on that date.

By November, you will have read the whole book.

It’s super fun and an interesting way to read a novel.

Even though it started a couple of days ago you can read the missing entry or two online on their substack and then will receive the emails for the rest.

If you are someone that has trouble finding time to finish a book, this breaks it up into easy, digestible segments that make it easy to get the time in.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

The Seattle Public Library Gives Students Free Digital Access to Books Getting Banned Across the United States

Meet the film industry’s first professional stuntwoman

How Finland Virtually Ended Homelessness—and We Can Too

Wealthy Couple Taking Real Vacation For First Time In Weeks. I love The Onion.

‘Star Trek’ Fans Can Now Virtually Tour Every Starship Enterprise Bridge

I made a 12 Piece Romantic Capsule Wardrobe this week, along with a Moms on the Go guide.

How “It” girls, publicists and paparazzi conspire to create these seemingly candid fashion moments.

Wig Holes and Other Mysteries of Powdered Hair History Explained

‘Swedish Death Cleaning’ Can Improve Your Life Right Now

Why You Wouldn’t Survive Life in Tudor England

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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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