New Year’s recovery gifts will help those who are struggling to keep their resolutions alive. Yes, the new year is here. The fun is over. Maybe you’re having a little letdown. It’s time to dive into those resolutions. But whose motivation doesn’t falter two weeks into January? Have no fear! We’ve got a great list of our top 5 best recovery tools to help you maintain that motivation and find inspiration to keep going when you most need it.
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1 100 Tips For Growing Up, My 20 Years Of Recovery
This is perfect for those who are in recovery and for those who are still trying to figure out how to adult. Not only are there 100 easy to follow tips, but each page has room to journal and make notes to tailor these tips to your life! Author Lindsey Glass shares her experience in this guide to growing up. From basic life skills, to managing work, restoring relationships, finding satisfying work, dreaming big and getting there, this inspiring guide to growing up is the roadmap everyone needs to be fulfilled. Check it out here!
2 Sober Sisters Enamel Pins
With five styles to choose from, how can you possibly go wrong? Choose from pink, black, pink glitter, black glitter, and a larger size in black to really stand out! These enamel pins are perfect for work lanyards, jackets, clothing, tote bags, or simply to display as collectables and precious treasures. Whether you're looking for a little pick-me-up for yourself or for a small token to show your support for someone else, these stylish pins certainly make great reminders to stay strong.
3 My Family Is Hurting, What Can I Do? The 8 Cs Coloring Book
This charming kid's coloring book not only allows them to have a place to express their creativity - it doubles as a storybook as well! Give the gift of reassurence and support this year. Included is a dictionary in the back, further explaining the eight Cs described in the story.
4 HALT Mood Enamel Pin
You can't go wrong with a little humor. This enamel pin is perfect for checking in with moods - and it seems that keeping up with mental health this year is a popular resolution. The pin is adorned with a moveable arrow to display the mood the wearer may be feeling. Is it Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired?
5 Teen Guide To Health
The second edition of Teen Guide To Health is out. What every teen needs to know about getting and staying, healthy no matter who or where you are. Empower your teen to understand body, brain, and emotional health. Easy to read and understand with tips for the whole family. Teen Guide is the model for the "What Makes Me Healthy" Art/Media contest for postive mental health messaging by and for teens.