Replace Bad Habits With New Skills

Posted on January 1, 2019

by Michelle G

Ready for a Change?

Your Library has you covered!

One of my goals for 2019 is to replace some bad habits by learning a new skill. I have found in the past that if I replace a habit with something else, rather than just stop the habit cold turkey, I have more success.

Once I choose my new hobby/skill/routine, I have to be willing to fail before I get good at it. Perfection can’t be part of the vocabulary here; practice makes progress!

Your library can help you learn just about anything! Did you know that we have over 1000 “dummies” books in our collection, 238 of those in digital format? You’ll need your library card handy to check out our materials. Don’t have a card yet? You can get started with an e-card. Here are a few digital titles to consider.

Informative Dummies Guides

Title details for Guitar For Dummies by Mark Phillips - AvailableTitle details for Exploring iPad For Dummies by Galen Gruman - AvailableTitle details for Basic Yoga Postures and Series In a Day For Dummies by Georg Feuerstein - Available
Title details for Knitting for Dummies® by Allen - Wait listTitle details for Chess For Dummies by James Eade - AvailableTitle details for Wine For Dummies by Ed McCarthy - Wait list

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