The All Points Team Shares Their 2019 New Year’s Resolutions
The All Points team has big plans for heading into the new year. From traveling and volunteering to living healthier and continuing education, our team is looking forward to a fresh year filled with more opportunities to achieve our goals. Check out our 2019 New Year’s resolutions!
Maddy: …to get better about finding HAROs for my clients and to find more ways to be active after work.
Megan: …to cook more! I want to spend time each week trying new recipes and figuring out my go-tos for lunch-prep, party hosting and everything in-between.
Emily M: …to adapt a healthier lifestyle and keep a positive mentality through 2019!
Barbara: …to pursue continued education. There’s so much more to learn about the programs I use on a daily basis, and my goal is to stay on top of any new updates and changes.
Sydney: …to continue my 2018 resolution of reading one book every month, and to seek out new professional learning opportunities for myself, my teams and the office.
Lauren: …to learn something new. Give back. Read more.
Katie: …to cook more often, finish decorating my apartment and appreciate the little things in life more!
Stephanie: …to focus my attention on becoming the best new mom that I can be and ensuring that all is prepared ahead of my son’s arrival in May.
Emily B: …to stay on track with my fitness goals and get back to working out regularly like I used to.
Amanda: …to give myself and my plants more water, develop a consistent and healthy workout and weight routine, actually use my gym membership, read at least one book every month and dedicate more time to friends, family and my own self care.
Allie: …to clean my inbox in some way each day and to drink more water.
Mackenzie: …to make more time for volunteering in the community and to use my PTO time more wisely throughout the year rather than just saving the majority of it for the end of the year. I’m also hoping to start my Master’s degree before the end of the year!
Spencer: …to learn how to play the banjo. To accomplish this I plan to dedicate a minimum of three hours per week fumbling the strings until I can finally pluck a tune.
Jessica: …to make more memories through travel and new experiences.
Meredith: …to continue to exceed clients’ expectations and keep my apartment clean!
Alex: …to cut back on my daily screen time and read instead.
Gillian: …to learn how to garden and start growing fruits and vegetables indoors.
Jenna: …to implement healthy habits into my life in and outside of work like drinking more water, eating healthier and exercising more.
Annie: …to spend less money on Starbucks and Dunkin’ and to transition to a morning workout person.
Jamie: …to recalibrate my advisor role versus my tactical role. I will be more assertive with myself as it comes to strategy, leadership and coaching.
Joey: …to establish a morning routine that sets me up for a successful day. I want to get up earlier, enjoy a cup of coffee and consume the news before heading into work. More me-time in the morning will help me feel fully charged!
Bailey: …to spend more time volunteering with local youth organizations.
Gautier: …to get seven hours of sleep a night. It’s the key to consistent productivity and keeping your mind agile!
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