Now that you’re back from break, don’t forget about the resolutions you made at the New Year! What would librarians do to stay on top? Use the library, of course! Here’s a list of some common resolutions and how the library can help you succeed at them this year!
1. Eat Healthy Food
The goal to lose weight can be achieved by working on a healthy diet and committing to exercise, which are the top two resolutions on this list. Here are some books to give you a head-start on eating healthy:
2. Fit in Fitness
3. Quit Smoking
You can do it! This year is the year that you quit and your friends and family can be relieved of the worries and the risks. Here’s a DVD suggestion for motivation:
4. Work on Personal Finance
Here are some resources that can help you sort out all your money situations:
You can look at more resources on financial literacy and other college topics such as success and financial aid on the General Resources for Students library page.
5. Get Organized
6. Prepare for the Launch of your Career
7. Learn Something New
Want to try out yoga? Need a new game to play with friends? There are a variety of things you can try out in 2012, here are some suggestions from the library.
8. Help Others
9. Do Better Research
The library has created a few tutorials to help you do better research using ebrary, Hoover’s, and Google Scholar. Check them out on our Online Tutorials library page.
10. Read More
The library is the easiest and CHEAPEST way to succeed in reading more!
REMEMBER: All the resources listed in this article can be found at Charles “T.” Jones Leadership Library. Contact the library if you have any questions at email@example.com