So, January is almost over -- how are your New Year's resolutions holding up? Right about now we could all use a little help sticking to our plans to reach goals we've set only a few weeks ago. And second only in popularity to the goal of losing weight or quitting smoking must be the objective of getting our financial lives in order. New City Library has some great resources to assist you if your aim is to set a budget, spend less, save more of your paycheck or invest more prudently. Check out these titles:
One Year to an Organized Financial Life: From Your Bills to Your Bank Account, Your Home to Your Retirement, the Week-by-Week Guide to Achieving Financial Peace of Mind  by Regina Leeds and Russell Wild.
Your Money Ratios: 8 Simple Tools for Financial Security  by Charles Farrell.
Wealth Watchers: A Simple Program to Help You Spend Less and Save More  by Alice Wood.
Rule Your Freakin' Retirement: How to Retire Rich by Actively Managing Your Assets  by Michael Parness.
The Cure for Money Madness: Break Your Bad Habits, Live Without Financial Stress - and Make More Money! by Spencer D. Sherman.
You'll find all of these books and more in the Personal Finance section of the library with the Dewey call number 332.