PINE RIVER LIBRARY

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2020 Health Initiative

It’s a New Year and a New Decade! What are your hopes for this year?

Rather than make big goals and resolutions that last no longer than our holiday leftovers how about trying a different approach?

Research tells us that willpower is seriously overrated when it comes to changing our behaviors (which is lucky because we don’t appear to have any!)  So what really helps?

  • Collecting reliable information
  • Leaning tangible tools and tricks that work for you
  • Connecting with a social support network
  • Making tiny changes today (as opposed to big changes tomorrow!)

This year your library hopes to help connect you with information, opportunities, and neighbors, so you can help create a community sharing struggles and achievements as we work together towards a happier, healthier, 2020.

 

Get connected with these resources:

  • Check out our list of helpful databases and websites that give accurate health information and research.

  • Join our Facebook group, where you can connect with others who would like to work towards a Happier Healthier 2020.

  • We’ve created a calendar listing local exercise opportunities. Check back here for the latest schedules of classes offered in our community.

Upcoming events and classes that you may be interested in:

Habit Helpers:
Are you committed to a New Year’s resolution this year?  Become one of the 8% that succeed. Habit Helpers is a 4 week class aimed at providing you with the tools to help you stick with your goals! This course is taught by Nicole Clark, R.D., Family & Consumer Agent CSU Extension, La Plata County. Register here. 
Wednesdays, January 15-February 5, 6-7 PM

Heartfelt Communication:
Many things can get in the way of clear, connected, and resourceful communication. At the core of communication is our attempt to meet our needs. Join us to identify your needs and guess at the needs of others to develop a practice of heartfelt communication. More information here.
Thursday, February 20, 6-7:30 PM