"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending" - Carl Bard
While I could go on and be sentimental about what happened (and not) in 2016, isn’t it time for a fresh start, a new beginning and a New You?
New Year’s resolutions are great to make, but extremely difficult to maintain.
They take effort and dedication.
This year, allow the library to come to your aid. We can help you achieve your 2017 resolutions.
Our “New Year New You display” on the 4th floor contains a variety of books for checkout. Topics include: fitness, health, nutrition, organization, self-help, and wellness.
And, the price is right. Free!
When you are at the library, sign up for the fitness app class. Join us as we review and discuss some of the most popular fitness apps for your smartphone or tablet.
"Grace Helbig takes us into her closet and shares her silly and practical approach to style--which obviously includes an entire chapter on sweatpants. One part parody, one part fashion fun, and one part personal experience, Grace's latest guide to life as a woman in America today is more H&M than Chanel. So tighten your Banana Republic belt a few notches and learn how to pretend and convince everyone around you that you've got style and grace!"-- Provided by publisher.
"Over six million social media fans can't be wrong: Miranda Sings is one of the funniest faces on YouTube. As a bumbling, ironically talentless, self-absorbed personality, she offers up a vlog of helpful advice every week on her widely popular YouTube channel. For the first time ever, Miranda is putting her advice to paper in this easy-to-follow guide, illustrated by Miranda herself." -- provided by publisher.
Don't sweat the small stuff - and it's all small stuff: simple ways to keep the little things from taking over your life
by Richard Carlson
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and It's All Small Stuff is a book that tells you how to keep from letting the little things in life drive you crazy. In thoughtful and insightful language, author Richard Carlson reveals ways to calm down in the midst of your incredibly hurried, stress-filled life.
Drawing on four decades of scientific research on human motivation, Pink exposes the mismatch between what science knows and what business does. He argues that the secret to high performance and satisfaction in today's world is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and our world.
The healthiest diet on the planet: why the foods you love - pizza, pancakes, potatoes, pasta, and more - are the solution to preventing disease and looking and feeling your best
by John McDougall, MD; recipes by Mary McDougall.
For years, we've been told that a healthy diet is heavy on meat, poultry, and fish, and avoids carbohydrates, particularly foods high in starch--empty calories harmful to our bodies.The Healthiest Diet on the Planet helps us reclaim our health by enjoying nutritious starches, vegetables, and fruits. He offers a clear, proven guide to what we should and shouldn't eat to prevent disease, slow the aging process, improve our physical fitness, be kind to the environment, and be our most attractive selves.
Strong is the new beautiful: embrace your natural beauty, eat clean, and harness your power
by Lindsey Vonn and Sarah Toland.
"Vonn wants women to stop thinking about "losing weight fast, " and instead focus on loving their bodies for what they are and what they can do. Lindsey is a small-town Minnesota girl at heart turned world-champion skier, but that didn't come without hard work. In Strong Is the New Beautiful, Lindsey lays out the never-before-seen training routines and her overall philosophy that have helped her become the best female skier in the world--tailored for women of all shapes and sizes."--Amazon.com.