The start of a new year is traditionally a time to reflect on your life and set goals for improving things that may need a little work in the coming year. Fitness, money management, organization, mental health, and self care are all areas of our lives that could use some help from time to time.
You can find resources in our collections to help with many of your New Year’s resolutions. Here are a few to get you started:
Cluttered Mess to Organized Success Workbook by Cassandra Aarssen
Start decluttering today with the bestselling workbook from the host of HGTV’s Hot Mess House. This book is packed with more than 100 worksheets, labels, schedules, and everything you will need to organize your life.
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
The key to exercising regularly, losing weight, being more productive, and achieving success is understanding how habits work. Award-winning reporter Charles Duhigg shows that by understanding why habits exist and how they can be changed, we can transform our lives and our communities.
Behavior expert Michelle Segar helps readers broaden their definition of exercise, find pleasure in physical activity, and discover realistic ways to fit it into their lives. Her step-by-step program will help empower you to break the cycle of exercise failure and become motivated from the inside out to become physically active.
Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin
The bestselling author of The Happiness Project suggests more than 150 short, concrete clutter-clearing ideas to help organize your life and make room for happiness. At home, at work, and in your life, when you get your stuff under control you are calmer, more energetic, and — hopefully — happier..
The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown
A motivational and inspiring guide to wholehearted living, rather than just the average self-help book. Brené Brown, Ph.D., bolsters the self-esteem and personal development process through her characteristic heartfelt, honest storytelling. With original research and plenty of encouragement, she explores the psychology of releasing our definitions of an “imperfect” life and embracing living authentically. Brown’s “ten guideposts” are benchmarks for authenticity that can help anyone establish a practice for a life of honest beauty — a perfectly imperfect life.