It was a year of yet another 50 books, and I wanted to do another "top books" of the year post. (Here's last year's.) The following are the most impactful books on my mental health that I read in 2022: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed Cheryl Strayed ran an advice column called Dear Sugar… Continue reading top mental health books of 2022
I read The Upside of Being Down for several reasons: I love ban.do, I’m interested in mental health, I love memoirs, and the title is catchy af. I wish that were my title. I’m glad I did. Not only is the book title catchy af, Jen’s experience with perfectionism is relatable af. It’s cathartic to… Continue reading what Jen Gotch taught me about perfectionism
I’ve compiled my top (and bottom) books of the year. I found it difficult to identify a collection of favorites after having read so many great books this year. It’s also a difficult list to make because the books at the beginning of the year are largely forgotten, and those at the end of the year take up more space in my brain.