We’re all been there: We started to slide on our goals toward the end of the year, then made ambitious New Year’s resolutions.
That’s all well and good . . . but how are you going to stick with them? This year, let books and authors be the little voice in your ear giving encouragement. These five books—and those featured in our two “New Year, New You” book roundups “Less stress (and more exercise) in 2012” and “Small changes yield big results“—are a fabulous place to start.
The books we’re giving away to one lucky contest winner will help you in several areas of your life: body and soul; family and relationships; organization; and fitness and nutrition.
Aren’t making New Year’s resolutions in all these categories? If you’re the winner, keep one book for yourself, and pass the rest to your friends!
TO ENTER: Comment on this post with your New Year’s resolution. Bonus points if you mention a book that will help you achieve it.
CONTEST DETAILS: One winner will be chosen by random.org from among entries received by 5 pm CST on Friday, January 6. The winner will receive copies of Every Body Matters by Gary Thompson; The Journal of Best Practices by David Finch; Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life by Paul Hammerness, M.D., and Margaret Moore; The Physique 57 Solution by Tanya Becker and Jennifer Maanavi; and Working Out Sucks! (And Why It Doesn’t Have To) by Chuck Runyon.
ETA: Congratulations to our winner, Shelly! She says her New Year’s resolutions include “firming up my body and exercising more, along with reading 100 books.”
Thank you to all who entered! Contest is now closed.