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(NAPSA)—A good health reset can happen any time of the year. It simply takes a commitment to making small, sustainable changes that add up to impactful, healthy habits, advises Dr. Samara Sterling with The Peanut Institute. For delicious and healthful recipes, visit www.peanutinstitute.com

Great reading ideas for fans of horror, thrillers and satire include “Monsterland” and “Monsterland Reanimated” by Michael Okon, “The Kill Club” by Wendy Heard and the audiobook “The Optimist” by Roy E. Schreiber. They’re all available through BookBites. Visit www.BookTrib.com and subscribe to the weekly newsletter. Since 1999, the Ticket to Work program has helped over one million Social Security disability beneficiaries find their path to financial independence. To learn more, call 1-866-968-7842 or 1-866-833-2967 (TTY) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET or visit https://choosework.ssa.gov

A recent national survey by the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) found 31 percent of respondents, especially women, put “getting organized” on their list of New Year’s resolutions. For hints on how, go to www.napo.net. Regular self-care can have a strong effect on mental health, prevent burnout, reduce the negative effects of stress and help you refocus, say the experts at Each Mind Matters, California’s Mental Health Movement. Learn more at www.eachmindmatters.org.

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There’s a growing trend toward greener burial options. For example, Better Place Forests incorporates ashes into the base of beautiful trees in permanently protected forests. The company performs spreading ceremonies in the forest, where families can gather to say goodbye. For further facts, visit www.betterplaceforests.com. Three mysteries, “Spitfire,” “Good Girls Lie” and “The Hierophant Card,” and “The Parrot’s Perch,” a harrowing real-life thriller, are available from BookTrib a continuing series bringing readers information and ideas for their next read. For more reading ideas, visit www.BookTrib.com and subscribe to the weekly newsletter.