Camille Styles

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How to Do More of What’s Meaningful in 2018 (and Less of What’s Not)

December 31st, 2017

We’ve been talking a lot around the studio about being more conscious of the seemingly small choices that we make each day, whether it’s our eating habits, thought patterns, or the ways that we communicate. I’m guilty of performing so many of these actions on autopilot without really stopping to realize that I actually have a choice in the matter… which is why one of my goals for 2018 is to bring more conscious awareness to everything I do. It’s a big goal, I know, and the first place I’m putting it into action is with how I allocate my time: being more purposeful when I say “no” to commitments, when I say “yes” to new opportunities, and making sure I leave space in my schedule for what really matters. Keep reading for four ways I’m planning to put it into practice this year and spend more of my time on things that are meaningful to me.

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  2. Valeria says:

    Amazing post! I definitely need to work on saying “no” more often and simultaneously making more time for what is important for me, as well! Thank you for the great tips, and happy new year:)

    xx, Valeria

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  4. Dominique says:

    Loved this post! Sometimes you can get lost just going on automatic-pilot, so being more conscious of the choices you make is certainly a resolution I’ll put on the (ever-growing) list! 😉


  5. Beautiful post! It’s so tricky finding that balance between saying “no” and saying “yes.” Still working on that myself!

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