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Camille Styles

Our Team Resolutions

January 3rd, 2014

We love the clean-slate feeling of a new year — that peaceful post-holiday calm that allows us to reflect inward on our own private goals. Personally, I’m a big resolution-maker. I believe that the simple act of writing something down makes it more likely to happen. As we prepared for this post, it was fun to see what everyone on our team is thinking about right now and take inspiration from their diverse resolutions. We’d love to hear from you as well. What are your goals for 2014?

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  1. Tiffany R. says:

    I recently started brushing up on my Spanish and have found a wonderful free website. Duolingo.com is a great, and I especially love their slogan “Free language education for the world”. Chelsea Fullerton should check this out!

  2. Wow! A lot of these are so unique. Camille, please share tips. The multitasking/phone thing is a huge problem of mine. Though one of my favorite resolutions is the 5-piece French wardrobe! I must try that, I think it will help me invest in timeless pieces.

  3. i love the idea of the five piece french wardrobe!
    definitely going to give that a shot cristina 🙂

    Molly {Dreams in HD}
    http://dreamsinhd.blogspot.com

  4. This is great! We are inspired by this post and will be getting our team to come up with their own! Thanks for the inspiration, great resolutions!

  5. Lisa says:

    Honestly, anytime y’all post personal things, I want to jump on a plane to Austin for a visit–I miss y’all! Love all of these resolutions, and am definitely with Chanel on working out and Cristina on the five-piece wardrobe!

  6. Hannah B. says:

    All of these ideas are so lovely. I would definitely encourage the ceramics class (Kate). I did that this past year, and having a creative outlet that was new and so different from work was such a blessing!

  7. diane smith says:

    What an inspiring post! I love the idea of the 5-piece French wardrobe…better get busy
    cleaning out my closets, first!

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    5 piece french wardrobe… I love that one.

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    Do you mean like by The Daily Connoisseur’s ten piece wardrobe, from her book Lesson by Madame chic?

  15. Karina says:

    I’m with Chanel! I have been really lazy with my yoga routine. Now I got back to one class a week, but I’m aiming at two or three plus maybe pilates or swimming.

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