The last year taught many of us an important lesson: taking care of your wellness and health is vital to your life—your health is more important than anything else. Many of us believe that the condition of our health is determined by how we look or how much we weigh, or that being healthy only consists of eating well and exercising regularly. In times like these, we might even think that the condition of being in good health is merely the absence of sickness. However, wellness goes far beyond that. It goes beyond our physical health and extends well into …
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.
As we come upon the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, many people recognize the importance of taking care of their mental health. To help support this, here are 5 books to help readers grow stronger and more resilient.
While many of us feel as though life is at standstill during this pandemic, some people are making gardens bloom from upended soil. This includes Aiden M. Taylor, an eleven-year-old boy from New York City who has used this time to write a novel and uplift other children’ spirits. His illustrated children’s book, Me and My Afro, is for all the children out there right now who may be struggling mentally and emotionally during this trying time.
Herein are my top three recommendations for wellness books published in 2020 that can help you be a better you before the next year!