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Rhonda The Librarian's Random Reading & Research Review | February 2021 | Habit

by Rhonda Kitchens on 2021-02-08T19:58:00-08:00 in Library and Research Skills | Comments

Rhonda The Librarian's Random Reading & Research Review

February 2021

 

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Atomic habits: Tiny changes, remarkable results: An easy and proven way to build good habits & break bad ones. By Clear, J. 

"Meanwhile, improving by 1 percent isn’t particularly notable—sometimes it isn’t even noticeable—but it can be far more meaningful, especially in the long run. The difference a tiny improvement can make over time is astounding. Here’s how the math works out: if you can get 1 percent better each day for one year, you’ll end up thirty-seven times better by the time you’re done." Clear

 

Modern food, moral food: Self-control, science and the rise of modern American eating in the early twentieth century. By Brody, A. S. 

As Veit suggests, nutritional literacy, refrigerators, changing shopping habits, all became markers of the middle class. She notes further, that “of all the changes in American food culture forged in the era of the Great War, perhaps the most extreme and lasting is in American’s attitudes towards their bodies” (186). In the political realm, foreign food aid would go on to become a hallmark of American foreign policy." Journal of Social History

 

Healthy habits suck : How to get off the couch and live a healthy life… even If you don’t want to. By Lee-Baggley, D. 

"Perhaps you’ve heard that it takes twenty-one days to build a habit. Unfortunately, there is no scientific evidence to back this up (Clear 2014). It actually takes more like two to three years to build a healthy habit." Lee-Bagley

 

The way of the woman writer. By Roseman, J.

Writing perfect prose effortlessly does not usually occur for most writers. Give yourself permission not to be perfect. Trust that your writing will evolve, and the more time that you spend in the habit of writing, the more comfortable you will be." Roseman

 

Of Habit. By Ravaisson, F.

"Félix Ravaisson's seminal philosophical essay, Of Habit, was first published in French in 1838. It traces the origins and development of habit and proposes the principle of habit as the foundation of human nature." Publisher

 

In the glass darkly. By Le Fanu, S. 

"Carmilla is an 1872 Gothic novella by Irish author Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and one of the early works of vampire fiction, predating Bram Stoker's Dracula by 26 years." Wikipedia

 

 

References

Brody, A. S. (2015). Modern food, moral food: Self-control, science and the rise of modern American eating in the early twentieth

century [Book review]. Journal of Social History48(4), 958–959.

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Clear, J. (2018). Atomic habits : Tiny changes, remarkable results : An easy & proven way to build good habits & break bad ones.

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Lee-Baggley, D. (2019). Healthy habits suck : How to get off the couch and live a healthy life… even If you don’t want to. New

Harbinger Publications.

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Le Fanu, J. S. (2009). In a Glass Darkly. The Floating Press."=

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Ravaisson, F. (2008). Of Habit. Continuum.

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Roseman, J. (2003). The way of the woman writer. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315785936

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Veit, H. (2013). Modern food, moral food: Self-control, science, and the rise of modern American eating in the early twentieth

century. The University of North Carolina Press. https://doi.org/10.5149/9781469607719_veit

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