As April 13th is International Plant Appreciation Day, it is the perfect time to let your love for the earth and plants to grow. In order to celebrate, it’s best to spend some time out in your garden or create one! Having a plant can have many wonders, including reducing stress and anxiety, help alleviate wounds, or increase focus. Enjoy a nice cup of tea while you read these books, and remember to water your plants!
April 7th is World Health Day, a day celebrated to raise awareness of the most recent concerns of the World Health Organization. As this past year has been a whirlwind of events, emotions, and hard comings, it should come as no surprise that this year’s theme is “Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone,” focusing on economic, social, and gender disparities amplified by COVID-19.
Here are four great books to pick up to help further your understanding of health inequalities and to better your overall health.
In celebration of International Children’s Book Day, here are five books that educate young readers about diversity in their community as well as ways to create their own voice whenever possible.
This April, there are many wellness books that focus on accepting yourself and every challenge that comes your way, including problems navigating adulthood, manhood, and navigating the world as a woman. Here are five books coming out this month to help you on your healing journey.
Rupert Grint recently opened up about his “suffocating” experience working on the Harry Potter films for over a decade.