Wednesday, January 23, 2008

How are Your New Year's Resolutions?

This week's news about problems in the worldwide market, and declines in the US market indicators remind me of some past New Year's Resolutions I failed to follow: monitoring my investments and expenses througout the year.

It seems that financial fitness is like our physical fitness because we are prone to ignore it wheen it seems to be working but it is critical for our well-being to tend to it regularly.

With February 1 ahead, take the time to recommit to your top resolutions for this year. Since I always check the bookshelf for new ideas, I recommend something easily achievable and practical for your first resolution: visit the library to find inspiration to make those more difficult resolutions easier.

Whether you take a trip to the library, or visit online, you will find something for every goal. To get started, these are a few new titles you may find in MyMedia Mall--our new electronic media collection.

The Future for Investors Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New
by Jeremy J. Siegel

How To Think Like Einstein
by Scott Thorpe

The Ayurveda Encyclopedia: Natural Secrets to Healing, Prevention & Longevity
by Swami Sada Shiva Tirtha

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