Weekly Reads and Finds 268

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I napped today for the first time in what feels like 20 years. The ant treatment people were in the building really early this morning, and our floor was the first on their roster.

Which means I had to get up super early after going to bed after 4am.

Apparently, it is one column of units that has the issue, but they treated the whole building as a precaution. Luckily we aren’t in that column.

So after they left I had a nap for a little over an hour in the living room with the sun blasting through the window hitting me in the face.

I’m the kind of person who always has better quality naps than actual nighttime sleeping. I don’t know why, but it is super frustrating.

And the fact that I slept better with the sun blasting, then I did the previous night in a cool, dark room is weird.

The cats enjoyed it though. One slept on my pillow beside my face, and the other by my legs.

The girls napped too since I made them get up just in case the people needed to go into their rooms, plus they needed to watch the cats.

And my husband was up in the countryside helping someone out, so it was nice and quiet which never happens.

I need more quiet in my life.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

It Might Not Be Too Late to Protect Yourself From Cervical Cancer

Archaeologists Unearth the Long-Lost Top Half of an Enormous Ramses II Statue. That’s cool.

The winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition for 2024. Water scares me specially deep oceans (the Kraken) but these were beautiful.

Time travel movies ranked. Time travel is on my bucket list so I am drawn to this subject.

Fashionably Old: Lyn Slater on Aging With Attitude

The Great Toilet Rebrand

Building Zoltar by Hand

The Book of Colour Concepts: A New 800-Page Celebration of Color Theory, Including Works by Newton, Goethe, and Hilma af Klint. We all know I love colour theory.

In case you missed it I posted a spring capsule wardrobe for over 40 last night.

An Introduction to the Astrolabe, the Medieval Smartphone

6,000 Years of History Visualized in a 23-Foot-Long Timeline of World History, Created in 1871

In 1957, Salvador Dalí created a surreal tableware set , and when the set went on auction in 2012, it sold for $28,125

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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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