Gretchen’s new book, Better Than Before, was the focus of the latest Parade cover story.

Snacking late at night, skimping on sleep, nail biting, binging on House of Cards—nearly everyone has vices. That’s because, try as we might, bad habits are maddeningly hard to break. On the flip side, good habits, such as eating more healthfully or exercising regularly, never seem to stick. The upshot: Most people throw up their hands and surrender. But now a new book, Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives, (Crown, 2015) by best-selling author Gretchen Rubin, offers some insightful solutions. []

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