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Published 17th Jun 2011

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The latest event in a bustling Middlesbrough Literary Festival is a handy guide to making the most out of life.

On Monday, June 21, counsellor and hypnotherapist Eve Holder will give her audience some invaluable tips on Getting The Best Out Of Every Day.

It’s another free event and takes place in the Central Library from 6pm to 7pm.

The session will demonstrate some of the easy self help techniques to help people feel positive, energised and fully prepared for the day.

Eve’s talk features a guided meditation which is both relaxing and motivational.

The events are the latest in a jam-packed third Literary Festival which got under way on Saturday, June 4.

The festival is co-ordinated and delivered by Middlesbrough Libraries & Information Service and events are hosted in libraries and other venues throughout the town.

Running until Saturday, June 25, this year’s packed programme includes writing workshops, author talks, music and performance, poetry, history and plenty of events aimed at young people.

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