Five Short Books to Enjoy in Nature | Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and the organisation that created this week, MentalHealth.org.uk, have decided on the theme of nature to raise awareness of looking after our mental health and supporting one another in all aspects of our brains!

Mental Health Awareness Week: the benefits of nature on mental health and  wellbeing - Bedford Independent

During the first lockdown, I read about 50 books in the space of a month. They became my saviour during that time; when the world was thrown into turmoil, I turned to books to cope. I devoured title after title, and, as there were many beautiful sunny days in 2020, I also enjoyed reading outside.

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Book Review | Hello Me, It’s You by Hannah Todd and others

hyim1I was so so excited and happy when this book was added to my NetGalley shelf, and I read it in a morning. It was fabulous. The letters are really hard-hitting. Not all of them meant a lot of me, but even just a line here and there had me pausing for a moment and thinking. It’s a book I really needed at this time, and I will keep it on my phone, and maybe even buy a physical copy when I can. Continue reading “Book Review | Hello Me, It’s You by Hannah Todd and others”