Hoping 2016 is the year you actually keep those resolutions? We’ve got two books to help you end up with new habits instead of broken promises.
In The Big Book of Fabulous Food (Hardie Grant Books, $34.95), Jane Kennedy’s beautifully photographed, everyday recipes eschew dietary fads and tedious calorie counting in favor of good food that’s good for you.
If your aim is a more ordered life but decluttering is not your bag, find inspiration in Things Organized Neatly by Austin Radcliffe (Universe Publishing, $24.95). In it, the blogger and photographer makes sense of the world’s messiness by thoughtfully composing everyday objects into visually appealing arrangements.
Last modified: July 27, 2017