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If you’re home, and you’re not feeling symptoms, why not use the time you have away from the office, after-office meetups during social distancing and #stayathome recommendations to return to some of those lapsed resolutions (sans gym of course) or just-jump start a path to a better, healthier you? (Psst: You CAN still go outside, just observe the social distancing recommendations!) There are lots of resources available through the library and elsewhere that can get you started.  Universal Class has courses in everything from Anxiety Therapy to Nutrition 101.  Libby and Hoopla have simultaneous access to popular magazines, books, and movies, which means you don’t have to wait! In the list below, I’ve also included a few apps and podcasts that I think are fun fitness companions for beginners. Here’s a quick sampling, and let us know what you are doing/ reading/ using to stay healthy:


Yoga Journal - MagazineRunner's World - Magazine

Prevention - MagazineTitle details for Clean Eating by Active Interest Media - Available

Women's Health - MagazineMen's Health - Magazine

Books and movies:

Juicing for HealthThe New Health Rules

Core Power Yoga: Calorie Blast Yogatitle


Running and Fitness apps to try:

Zombies, Run! - WikipediaZombies, Run Podcast, written by Naomi Alderman, author of The Power, leads you on a run IRL while you virtually collect supplies, save survivors and battle Zombies.

The market for Fitness Apps is huge. Check out:

Each site lists the price to expect for free and premium levels.


Life Kitted talks health podcast

image10% happier with dan harris podcast

the food heaven podcastmove your dna podcast