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everlocalwest
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I read this off and on over the course of a year. I've done about four weeks of the formal eight week MBSR program and I imagine I'll carry much of this with me for the rest of my life. Kabat-Zinn can be a bit much but he distills the tenets of mindfulness and meditation so well.

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MaggieCarr
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(2024) Reread in anticipation of the second book coming out in early March. I have recommended this book endlessly the last few years and for good reason.

(2018) First read as ARC. Screams to the whole world to drop everything and read this book. Awards received throughout the following year.

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hissingpotatoes
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Panpan

2/5⭐ A weird combo of proper contraindication/safety warnings, false info, & bizarre/unrealistic foods to avoid (e.g. oranges, black pepper). The sources are just a list of notes in the back with no access dates or in-text indications that they exist. The supplements/herbs sections include info on what they supposedly do but not quantities/frequencies. I feel overwhelmed & like I don't have an action plan for actually implementing anything.

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Danay
The Lost Hours | Karen White
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I‘m doing a book bracket for 2024. So far this is in the lead for January. But I‘m about to read an Amy Harmon book. And she‘s always a contender!

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actualdisneyprincess
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What a beautiful book. 🥹😍 So glad a patron recommended it to me, and I can guarantee it‘s found a place on my Best Reads of 2024 list. 💖 #harrystrees #joncohen #librariesaremagic #librariancharacter #friendship #foundfamilies #grief #healing

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Born.A.Reader
The Gift: A Novel | Richard Paul Evans
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My recent #bookhaul for a grand total of $7.50! 😁📚🤩 The Last of the Mohicans is a gorgeous illustrated copy and nothing was over a dollar. Not bad for the first (of many lol) bookhaul of the year.

TheSpineView Score! 📚📚📚 2mo
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JuniperWilde
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Re reading this one. It‘s a bit dated and his ideas are not new to many cultures (which he acknowledges). I appreciate his activist stance against the negligence and abuse of power that has caused a lot of harm for people with trauma histories.

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BookishTrish
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Pickpick

An insightful, painful, hopeful look into a piece of art created from artifacts from each of Canada‘s residential schools.

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JenniferEgnor
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Pransky the labradoodle, (the therapy dog) visiting the folx in the memory care side of the residential home. This AI image almost looks like a real photograph!

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JenniferEgnor
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An AI image of a young Cleo wreaking havoc, chaos, and destruction in the house.