Library offers classes on meeting your goals

 


Find the tools to succeed with New Year’s resolutions at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday from Jan. 8 through 29 at the Millard Branch Library, 13214 Westwood Lane.

“New Year, New You” programs will offer tips for reaching your organizational, business and nutrition goals. A different topic will be addressed each week.

>> Jan. 8, “Get Organized and Simplify Your Life” — Whether you need a gentle nudge to tackle clutter or simply don’t know where to start, certified professional organizer Jen Bartelt has tips for you.

>> Jan. 15, “Meal Planning Success” — Would you like to spend less time in the kitchen, save money and eat healthier? Nicole McDonald of momsavesmoney.net will share successful meal-planning tips, including how to set up a meal plan, easy cook-ahead meals, food preservation and recipes.

>> Jan. 22, “Creating a Business You Love” — Entrepreneur Megan Hunt will discuss how she turned her favorite hobbies into creative businesses.

>> Jan. 29, “Make the Good Life a Reality: Learn to Live Well” — Gain insights into becoming or remaining an active individual. This workshop, with fitness specialist Peter Pellerito, will provide a variety of perspectives on physical activity.

 

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