The “Do What You Can” Plan: 21 Days to Making Any Area of Your Life Better is a very encouraging and helpful book if you’re interested in achieving the goals and resolutions you set or need to change or institute a habit. Although I don’t think you need to read this as a 21 day program, it could prove encouraging to read the 21 chapters day by day.
What I most enjoyed about the book was how the author identified challenges common to making changes in your life, and tied it to a Scripture and a biblical application. That aspect sets the book apart from other similar books without devolving into a “name it and claim it” or “God will be happier with you if you stop biting your fingernails” type thing.
I found The “Do What You Can” Plan encouraging and full of perspective, but also short enough to be read and digested quickly (strike while the iron is hot on those New Year’s Resolutions!).
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