Weekly Reads and Finds

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I just started watching Bodies on Netflix, it just came out I think. Anyway, it’s weirdly interesting. I love time travel so maybe I’m biased, but it’s good.

I also have a couple of books series that I enjoy that have new books coming out over the next few months, so I am doing a slow reread in preparation.

I’m the type of person who downloads the newest book when it comes out at midnight the day it is released and starts reading right away.

The only annoying thing though is that Amazon releases books in their time zone which is 3 hours behind mine, so instead of waiting until 3am for a Kindle edition, I get it from iBooks which is released at midnight.

So many reading apps, so little time.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

Great Books Explained. A new extension to the Youtube channel Great Art Explained which I love.

In case you missed it, I made a 12 Piece Colourful Fall Capsule with a small breakdown of colour theory yesterday.

Estonia’s capital made mass transit free a decade ago.

While Ikea was refurbishing a building for a new store in London, they covered it with scaffolding that looked like a giant, blue Ikea bag.

Download 222 Belle Époque Art Posters: An Online Archive of Masterpieces from the “Golden Age of the Poster” (1880-1918)

Meet Jason Arday, the Cambridge Professor Who Didn’t Learn to Talk Until Age 11, or to Read Until Age 18

Say Goodbye To The Girlboss: The ‘Snail Girl Era’ Is Here. Sign me up.

Halloween at 45: How Horror’s Scariest Franchise Makes Sense of the Senseless

Was Ancient Egypt’s Most Lasting Influence in the Field of Fashion?

Why Is Making Dinner So Hard?

Tape Measure Spiderman. Dumb, but also funny.

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Weekly Reads and Finds last week


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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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