Think back to December 31, 2019. Were you making resolutions, setting goals, or coming up with your vision for 2020? As we enter the new year, we not only reflect on the past 365 days and the …
Think back to December 31, 2019. Were you making resolutions, setting goals, or coming up with your vision for 2020? As we enter the new year, we not only reflect on the past 365 days and the unprecedented times we experienced, but also think about our future and what will come in 2021.
What is your vision for 2021? Did you make a resolution or set a goal for yourself? Visit your public library in-person or online and see what resources are available to help you get started.
Books, newspapers, and magazines can be found at the library in print and online to inspire and inform. Want to learn a new language? Check out Rosetta Stone Library Solutions for free. Looking for a career change? Use our JobsNow resource for help with creating your resume, or discovering what careers match your skills and interests.
Trying to decide what exercise equipment to purchase? Find reliable reviews and ratings using Consumer Reports via your library's website. If it is crafting that you are interested in pursuing, see if your library is offering “Take-and-Make” projects or virtual workshops. Join a virtual book discussion if reading more is on your list and you need a little motivation.
Whatever your goal, vision, or resolution, see what your library offers to help you achieve it. Still deciding on a goal? Need some inspiration to formulate your vision? Join Western Sullivan Public Library's Craft Lovers virtually on January 12th or 26th at 7:00pm for a Vision Board Making Zoom Party. Visit the Callicoon, Jeffersonville, or Narrowsburg locations and pick up some materials to help you create vision board for 2021.
Call your local library or visit their website for more information on resources and programs available to you. Wishing you all the best this new year.