New Year, New You (12.30.2021)

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As we enter 2022, you might be thinking of resolutions, or just ways to keep boredom at bay during the winter. Luckily, the library has plenty of material to keep you entertained and engaged, no matter where your interests lie!

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Hobbies 

Creativity doesn’t just keep your hands busy. Creativity improves brain function, brain health, and mental health. Knitting, drawing, and photography are just some ways to express your inner creativity:

Need more inspiration? Check out these additional resources on drawing, painting, knitting, photography, home decorating and needlework from your local library.

Health and Fitness

Keeping healthy and active during the winter months can be tricky during the best of times. Try these books for tips on keeping healthy this winter:

Did your New Year’s resolution include getting fit – physically and mentally? Check out these resources to get moving, or learn how to improve both your physical and mental health.  Resources on self-help are also available.

Money Management

No one likes to think about crisis hitting his or her families, but it is best to be prepared rather than having to think about organizing during a difficult time. These books won’t solve every problem, but they can make tough times a little easier to get through:

Additional tools on personal finance, estate and funeral planning are available from the library.

Foods and Cultures

Travel through the world of books this winter! Learning about other cultures’ foods and traditions is a great way to prepare for international travel and to get new perspectives:

Explore food and destinations from around the world, all from the comfort of home.

Have a safe and happy New Year!

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