This book came into my life at the perfect time because now I have multiple whys for exercising: to improve my mental health, immune response, sleep, creativity, and more.
Maybe this is me being extra, but setting realistic reading goals with my summer TBR feels like an act of self-care. 📖☀️ Here's to a manageable TBR! 🖤 https://youtu.be/AMkoES-383U
It's happened. I've reached 100 subscribers on my BookTube channel. 👍🏼📖 Not to sound super extra—but from starting my channel—I've learned a lot about the BookTube community, about myself as a reader, and about the power and magic of books. ✨ Here are my 5 main thoughts from these past three, bookish months. 1. The BookTube community is the… Continue reading 5 Thoughts on Starting My BookTube Channel
This Playlist Book Tag was probably one of the most fun videos to make. I mention in the video that I did this tag to dance some bad vibes out and some good vibes in, but really that's downplaying why I took the time to do this tag. I was having a bad mental health… Continue reading Playlist Book Tag
https://youtu.be/W4AVbmwCWKs I created my first-ever, original book tag—the Mental Health Book Tag—because, after researching Mental Illness in Young Adult Books, I was interested in how BookTubers were using these book tag videos to talk about mental health. Unfortunately, I was disappointed with the tags I found. For instance, the Asylum Book Tag, which includes the… Continue reading Mental Health Book Tag
In my first BookTube video BookTube Newbie Tag, I mentioned how I was able to include starting a BookTube channel into a project for one of my graduate school classes. Since I was able to choose my own topic for my Disabilities Studies class’ final project, I decided to explore how mental illnesses are represented… Continue reading Mental Illness in Young Adult Books