The Book Meddler

A book lover meddling into the greatness of books!
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The Book Meddler’s 20 Bookish Confessions

Hey there fellow book meddlers! Hope everything is going well! I’m always looking for ways of sharing a bit more about myself but keeping it book themed somehow. That’s why I decided to share 20 bookish confessions that might suggest I’m that great of a reader, but I’m sure most of you might…

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¡Crea tu propio Reading Nook!

Yo creo que a todo el mundo le nació un hobbie nuevo durante esta época del Covid-19. En mi caso, fue la decoración. Me enfoqué en crear el Reading Nook mas acogedor del mundo y que se adapte a mis necesidades. Incluso, esto me sirvió para desalojar muebles que tenia demás en mi…

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Summer Teen TBR list!

The other day, I heard several teenagers complaining about how boring reading can be. Well let me tell you, it doesn’t have to be! I know most teens consider they have to read classics in order to be an avid reader. That so not true. I actually recommend them to lay off the…

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The Book Meddler’s May Wrap Up

I’m so proud of myself! Apparently I’m improving my reading speed since I got to read 4 books in May instead of my usual 3! If it weren’t for starting work again, I would’ve been able to probably read more books, but that’s life! Clap When You Land – Elizabeth Acevedo Next Year…

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Best Music for Reading

What is your favorite music for reading?! This is some kind of dilema, since we have people that don’t believe you can read and listen to music at the same time. Silence is the key for them to concentrate! Although I’ve never been diagnosed with ADD (that I know of haha), I have…

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The Power of Bibliotherapy

Ever hear of the Power of Bibliography? I’m always researching ways to maintain a stable and healthy mindset. I’m a big supporter of psychotherapy. I believe that everyone would benefit from sitting one hour with an unbiased person that is payed to just listen. Most of the time we vent with the wrong…

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The Book Meddler’s April Wrap Up

Hey guys, happy Wednesday! Hope you’re having a great day. I decided to share my April wrap up, just to go over the books I’ve read and to see if I can increase this in May! Normal People – Sally Rooney Emma – Jane Austen Sissi: Accidental Empress- Allison Pataki

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Benefits of Journaling according to The Book Meddler

I’m addicted to buying beautiful journals, ever since I was a child. I’ve always had a princess complex, and what do they keep? A diary! When I was in middle school, I would religiously write the most important events of my day. Even if it meant that someone stole my eraser at school!…

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Can Reading Help You Overcome Anxiety?

These are uncertain times we’re living, hence the increase of stress and anxiety levels in most people. I personally deal with a lot of anxiety. I can totally understand how the actual circumstances can make you feel this way. What is an anxiety disorder? According to WebMD An anxiety disorder is a “group…

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5 Razones por la cual una Mujer Debe Leer

Soy de las que opina que la lectura da un sentimiento de poder, a quien sea que tenga esta virtud. En especifico a las mujeres. Esto se debe a que vivimos en una sociedad moderna pero aún machista en muchos sentidos. La mujer de hoy tiene aún mas responsabilidades que una del siglo…

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