I’m here to give you tips on the best books to read and the best hacks to living with a mental illness. I want you to walk away, feeling like you have your life together and a new book to read.
That’s why I created this blog – to give you the tools you need to thrive in the world. Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve seen the confused looks from people who don’t understand what it’s like to be in our shoes.
More about Me
Like I said, my name is Lizzie and I’m a blogger in the United States. I have generalized anxiety disorder that I inherited from my father’s side of the family. I am also a professional copywriter with over a year in the freelance writing industry.
I love to write and have a passion for helping people like you and me, which is how this blog came about. I wanted to make sure that you have the tools you need to get through the hard days I know we all have.
I read a lot, which tends to lead to me being cooped up in my room instead of interacting with other people. I don’t have many friends because I’d rather stay at home with a good book or two.
I’m also a staunch feminist who believes in equality for all people/animals who walk this Earth. (…or crawl…or weasel…or swim…) I believe in equality not just for women but for men as well.
I’m very introverted and don’t talk very much because of this reason. I don’t like going to social events unless someone I know is coming/going with me. That’s the only way you’d get me to leave the damn house! (And I’m not joking here either, folks!)
I’m not afraid to swear, as you just saw in my last couple sentences. I swear like a sailor and it comes out with people who I’m comfortable with. I will yell swear words if it’s necessary, as long as my mom isn’t in ear-shot. I don’t want her to hear that kind of thing.
I listen to a lot of music/podcasts and you typically see me with a pair of earbuds in my ears. I also have a lot of piercings, which has led me to wearing Beats by Dre headphones due to one of said piercings. (The daith piercing hurts like a bitch, man!)
What You’ll Get Out of My Blog
I’m one of those people who loves to help others in any way she can. You’ll often see me in Facebook groups, scouring the feed for threads with questions I can answer. That’s what it’ll be like for other places on social media platforms as well.
If there is a question about the literary or mental illness world you want answered, you can always come to my blog for that answer. That’s my hope for this blog: that you’ll use it to find the answers you need. That’s what I hope you’ll get out of it, my new friend.