5 Great Books About Mental Health – because therapy isn’t cheap!
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5 Great Books About Mental Health – because therapy isn’t cheap!

We are in the third year of a pandemic. Everyone is going through something right now. Some people are doing better than others, and how well someone is doing right now can be affected by a lot of things. Money, job and housing security, intimate relationships, friendships and support safety nets differ from person to person. Continue reading

Book Review of “Wild Souls” by Emma Marris: Rethinking nature conservation and the wild
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Book Review of “Wild Souls” by Emma Marris: Rethinking nature conservation and the wild

This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase through the link, it might mean that I can make a small commission. This helps keep my blog alive. Emma Marris’ book Wild Souls was an easy read for me at the beginning of 2022. I saw it in the nonfiction section at my … Continue reading

“Dálvi”: A Review of Laura Galloway’s memoir of living in the arctic tundra
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“Dálvi”: A Review of Laura Galloway’s memoir of living in the arctic tundra

This post contains affiliate links. By clicking on the link and making a purchase, I can make a very small commission. It is a vital way of keeping my small blog alive. It has been a while since I wrote any reviews or posted articles here. It has been a rough couple of months, I … Continue reading

Who Is Allowed Access to Education?: What Bri Lee’s “Who Gets To Be Smart” and Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara And the Sun” can tell us about equitable education
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Who Is Allowed Access to Education?: What Bri Lee’s “Who Gets To Be Smart” and Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara And the Sun” can tell us about equitable education

What does a nonfiction social commentary book from Australian writer Bri Lee have to do with a dystopian futuristic novel from Japanese-British author Kazuo Ishiguro? The short answer – A lot.
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“Witness”: A Review of Louise Milligan’s Investigations into the Human Costs for Seeking Justice
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“Witness”: A Review of Louise Milligan’s Investigations into the Human Costs for Seeking Justice

This book is not easy to read. It is harrowing and it made me extremely emotional and it even made me cry. With that said, I also feel that this book is extremely important and desperately needed – not just for the Australian criminal justice system, but for many countries the world over. Continue reading

Literary Olympics: the best (auto)biographies of 2020-2021
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Literary Olympics: the best (auto)biographies of 2020-2021

Disclosure: Sections of the blog may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a book through these links, I may make a small commission. This helps me fund my blog. The Book Olympics continue and today we are talking about autobiographies and biographies. This category is open for books published in 2020-2021 and fall under the … Continue reading

The Top Five Facts About How Amazing Trees Are: review of “The Hidden Life of Trees”
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The Top Five Facts About How Amazing Trees Are: review of “The Hidden Life of Trees”

Disclosure: Sections of the blog may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. This helps keep this small independent blog going. Trees. Trees are amazing. I absolutely love trees. My phone’s photo gallery is just picture after picture of all the trees I … Continue reading

Five Life Lessons from Jeffrey Marsh’s “How To Be You”
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Five Life Lessons from Jeffrey Marsh’s “How To Be You”

Marsh grounds a lot of their work in Buddhism and self love. Their work is relatable and powerful for anyone, but especially for people wanting to learn more about life and who they are. So here are the five life lessons I have been trying to practice since reading Marsh’s book. Continue reading

Review of Dr. Joshua Wolrich’s “Food Isn’t Medicine”: Ask yourself the hard questions about your relationship with food
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Review of Dr. Joshua Wolrich’s “Food Isn’t Medicine”: Ask yourself the hard questions about your relationship with food

If you want to change your relationship with food then Wolrich’s book is not a bad place to start. He breaks down complex research practices to help you figure out how medical research is conducted and therefore what the results of each outcome mean. He also helps highlight some of the main misconceptions we have about diet and food. Continue reading

For the Love of Plants: books to help you keep your plants alive
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For the Love of Plants: books to help you keep your plants alive

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. Since lockdowns began last year in March 2020, there has been an explosion of plant purchases and pseudo-jungles being set up in people’s homes and apartments. As a lover of plants, I … Continue reading