Looking for a New Read? We Recommend These!

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Advice From My 80-Year-Old Self, by Susan O’Malle


What advice would your future 80-year-old self give to you today? That’s the question artist Susan O’Malley, who tragically died at age 38 before this charming book’s publication, asked more than 100 people in the San Francisco Bay Area. From an 8-year-old boy’s admonition to “listen to your mom, be friendly to people, don’t pull people’s hair” to an 85-year-old woman’s counsel to “stay in touch with your friends,” everyone, regardless of age, can take something away from this uplifting work


          The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg


Using science and compelling anecdotes, New York Times journalist Charles Duhigg offers a fascinating look at the habits we make and how we can change them to be happier, healthier, and more successful. With the days of pulling all-nighters and eating pizza at 2 a.m. (hopefully) behind your new grad, there’s no time like the present to get into a good routine.

   Whatever You Are, Be a Good One, by Lisa Congdon


Taking its title from a famous Abraham Lincoln quote, this beautifully hand-lettered book shares 100 inspirational quotations from great minds such as Oscar Wilde, George Eliot, and Walt Whitman. Revisit this colourful read whenever you need a pick-me-up—or a push—to get out there and make the most of your day.

 Source: http://www.realsimple.com/holidays-entertaining/gifts/books-for-graduates?iid=feat-story-1