Free wallcharts from The Independent print edition: Change your life in 2007
Thursday 04 January 2007
The Independent is giving away five free giant wallcharts with the print edition to help you to achieve your new year's goals.
Monday 8 January – How to Lose Weight (below)
Tuesday 9 January – How to Get Fit
Wednesday 10 January – How to Stop Smoking (below)
Thursday 11 January – How to Control Your Drinking
Friday 12 January – How to Manage Your Finances
These colourful charts are full of useful information, tips, facts and figures and each one features a progress chart in order for you to monitor your success.
All week only in The Independent print edition.
*If you have missed any of the posters you can purchase a back copy for £3 per poster at the following address: www.read4charity.co.uk/newyou
Subject to availability. While stocks last. Please note that you will only be able to purchase a poster once it has appeared in the newspaper.
15 per cent of all revenue will be donated to Whizz Kidz - the charity that helps children with disabilities live a life with no limits.
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