I talk about how, thanks to the internet, I’ve learned a lot about my mental health. It’s helped me heal from a variety of issues while also teaching me that I’m not alone. I believe it is our obligation to care for our mental health, even if we don’t have insurance.
I shared an interesting TikTok about a book that is on the New York Times Most Notable list but quite possibly should not be. At least, not according to the owner of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s City Books. I’ve never more wanted to go to Pittsburgh more in my life. Visit her if you live within driving distance.
Please listen to her audio on the podcast and let’s see if we can figure out whose book it is!
*I know which book it is after some investigation, but I’ll leave it up to you to figure it out.
Here is the list of the New York Times 100 Most Notable Books of 2021. This isn’t the same as their bestseller list. The book is on this list.
In this week’s tater tot post, I shared the movie About Time. In the podcast, I mentioned how I discovered it on TikTok.
Side note- TikTok is not a sponsor of today’s episode.
However, the TikTok where I discovered About Time was a post about Movies To Change Your Perspective on Life. I promised to share the remaining seven films on the list, and here they are:
Into the Wild
Good Will Hunting
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Requiem for a Dream
Dead Poets Society
Have you seen any of these? Which are your favorites?
In addition, I use a TikTok soundbite at the start and finish of my episode. I’d like to credit the author here: Mads (zapdos_equis)