Books

Small Move, Big Change
Already having trouble with that New Year’s resolution? Take a page from Caroline Arnold’s book, “Small Change, Big Move,” and shrink it into a manageable “microresolution.”
A great book can lift our spirits, make us think, or even change the world. From cookbooks to investigative journalism to a guy just trying to run a certified organic pig farm, these are our must-read books for 2013.
Arthur Agatston Gluten Solution_river
Greatist’s health editor talks to the famous South Beach Diet doctor about his new book and the biggest buzzword in food these days: gluten.
From vegan to paleo, gluten-free to grain-loving, we’ve got the best cookbooks to add to your shelf this year.

Reading is bound to boost our vocabulary, but can it make us better at relating to others, too? A new study explored the unexpected connection between reading and empathy.

The author of the bestselling book “The Happiness Project” loves ballpoint pens, candy, and helping people find meaning in their lives. Read on to find out what keeps the New York City mom cheery these days.

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Arthur Agatston Gluten Solution_river
Greatist’s health editor talks to the famous South Beach Diet doctor about his new book and the biggest buzzword in food these days: gluten.
A great book can lift our spirits, make us think, or even change the world. From cookbooks to investigative journalism to a guy just trying to run a certified organic pig farm, these are our must-read books for 2013.
Small Move, Big Change
Already having trouble with that New Year’s resolution? Take a page from Caroline Arnold’s book, “Small Change, Big Move,” and shrink it into a manageable “microresolution.”

Learn to boil an egg, find out how to stop biting your nails, and try Zenning out while running. These 27 hilarious, heartwarming, and empowering health and fitness reads are the kind you won’t want to put down.

The author of the bestselling book “The Happiness Project” loves ballpoint pens, candy, and helping people find meaning in their lives. Read on to find out what keeps the New York City mom cheery these days.

Reading is bound to boost our vocabulary, but can it make us better at relating to others, too? A new study explored the unexpected connection between reading and empathy.

Pages