by Samantha Knoerzer • December 21, 2016 • Follow SamanthaKnoerze
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New Year’s is not just about making resolutions, its about sticking to them.
A great way to find some resolutions, is through reading. Read all you can and get inspired by lessons and mistakes made in books. And after making those resolutions, the hard part comes- sticking to them. Reading not only helps you find resolutions, it also helps you keep true to them. Find books that speak to you.
Everyone promises New Year resolutions every year, continually promising the same things every year. This book coaches you to make sure you not only make those resolutions, but follow through and ultimately make them permanent. This book is how we can solidify those empty resolutions to actually better ourselves.
If anyone is an example of mistakes and multiple attempts to remake them self, its Bridget Jones. Watching this character fumble through life in an attempt to get it right is the perfect book for life lessons and motivation to try and get it right this year. This book is not only an extremely entertaining read, but it helps us remember that we are flawed and therefore might not meet all our New Year’s resolutions.
This book helps one make himself or herself into a better person for the near year through using social consciousness practices, such as meditation and prayer. You don’t have to be religious to read this, and it’s a great new ay of thinking about making yourself better. It’s definitely worth the read.
This is another great book for motivation to strive for those New Year’s resolutions after you make them. The book is great due to its complex characters. These characters aren’t nice-they lie, cheat, and are selfish-but you get to soon see that they are still good people and you will find yourself liking them. What’s great about this book is it makes the reader stop being scared to chase one’s goals.
Change is one of the hardest things for humans to do. That is what this book is all about. For the New Year we want to change, and according to studies proven by Dr. John C. Norcross, reading this book is how we can do it.
This book make’s one proactive in not only keeping up those goals, but motivating one to make even more goals as the year goes on. The main character’s persistence despite the poverty she suffers will make you be grateful for what you have and give you the diligence to make real resolutions that will make you a better person in 2017.
What’s one of the best New Year’s Resolutions that will really make you a better person? Making the resolution to be happy. Though it’s a difficult one to manage all the time, it can be done. Besides reading books, there are many other ways to also make yourself happy-one just has to find them. This resolution is enough for a whole year of new you.
This is not only a great New Year resolution inspirational book, it’s also just an amazing read in general. Ngozi shows how feminism can be for everybody. The New Year is always the time to try to work harder for woman’s rights and this book is great for everyone, men and women.
I know that this book hits home for all us book obsessive readers. Buying too many books so that the multiple bookshelves in your house are overflowing? Us too! And apparently, Susan Hill has the same problem-and even wrote a book about it. Susan’s book is all about the age-old reader problem of buying new books before you read the old ones. New Year’s resolution related to this one: Read ALL your books! This seems like a willing resolution for all of us.
This book is surrounded by a man’s choices that he makes on New Year’s Day. As the story unfolds, this is all about how no matter what resolutions one makes, life can get in the way. It’s very realistic to how life can be. This book is about to coming to terms with life, and just enjoying the ride. It’s a great way to start off the new year.
Try a step-by-step guide to guide you through the months in order to keep your goals. This book contains a combo of culture and challenges to push you to your limits and make you feel like your literally walking on high heels all year long.
These books are only a fraction of the ones out there to inspire you for the near year. Here’s a New Year’s resolution we give to you: Find more inspirational books and read as many as you can.
Happy New Year!
I am the Social Media Coordinator and Author Relations Manager for BiblioCrunch. And I love to read, OF COURSE! From the classics to YA and children's, you can find me reading it all. I have a masters in publishing from NYU's Print and Digital Media Studies masters program, and have undergraduate degrees in music, marketing, and english. I have a passion for reading, music, and travel. My goal is to travel to as many places around the world as possible. If you need to find me, you can catch me traveling all around the world at any chance I get – always with a book in hand!