Weekly Reads and Finds 270

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In not my brightest moment, today I forgot was a stat holiday and went to the post office. While the drugstore it is located in was open in true form for Shoppers Drug Mart, the post office portion was obviously not.

I wanted to pick up my package that apparently the deliver guy decided not to come to my door for. Such a pain in the ass, especially on a long weekend.

So now I don’t know if it will be there tomorrow or if I have to wait until next week. Ugh. Not like I don’t need the exercise but still a pain.

I bought one thing this week for my wardrobe. I realized that I don’t have a long sleeve striped t-shirt which surprised me since it is such a classic wardrobe staple. I like the oversized fit of this one.

In case you missed it I put together a retro 70s capsule yesterday.

I’m currently watching The Brothers Sun and it’s good.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

How Do You Rhyme in Sign Language? This is so interesting.

These Still Life paintings are incredible.

Ageism, Fat Phobia and ‘the Stigma of Mom’

This Song From the 1500’s Blows Me Away

Floating Board From ‘Titanic’ Sells for Over $700,000.

Stacy London Slays With Wisdom

3,000 Illustrations of Shakespeare’s Complete Works from Victorian England, Presented in a Digital Archive

Ritual raging: why so many women are turning to therapeutic screaming

The Top 12 Fashion Trends for Fall 2024. A good insight to what is to come, some like the elevated basics we’ve seen recently.

The Beautiful Art of Making Japanese Calligraphy Ink Out of Soot & Glue. Why Japanese calligraphy ink is so expensive.

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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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