Amanda Rogers: 

I don’t have New Year’s Resolutions.  I try every day to be better, why wait to be hungover to get started?

If I were to identify some changes I’d like to make (now… not on January 1st), I’ll resolve to take better care of my body – run at least once a week and ride the @Peloton at least twice a week. To spend more time with my dad BEFORE he drinks his 5:00 bourbon.  To find more cool stuff to do with the kids. And, most importantly, to pay careful attention to Andrew because he’s a rock star of a husband. Oh! And to put my hours in Teamwork.

Andrew Marr: 

Like Amanda, I don’t really do New Year’s Resolutions, I think it’s because they’ve never worked for me in the past.  I do however want to continue some habits I adopted in 2020  – walking the golf course and eating fruits and veggies Monday to Friday.  Weekends are not fruit and vegetable appropriate in our house 🙂 Reading is something I like to do and would like to do more of, so maybe I set a goal to read/ listen to a book a month for 2021.  And again, no vegetables on weekends.

Jackie Berens: 

In 2021, my goal is to release my attachment to the things I cannot control. In doing that, I plan to meditate every day, get outdoors every day, and move my body every day. 

Also, log my hours in Teamwork @andrew.

Caroline LoPresti:

In 2021 my New Year’s resolution is to live a healthier lifestyle, physically and mentally. After spending 2020 in the South, eating light salads was not the way to go. Therefore I’ve got a southern 15 to lose over here! Aside from that, I plan to settle in my new home and work on spending more time in the moment rather than thinking about what the future holds. You really never know what is in store, so why not think about what we can control vs what we can’t control. Cheers to a sparkling new year! 

Devin Aubert:

In 2021 my goal is to commit to a healthier lifestyle, both physically and mentally. My physical health journey began late in 2020 but my resolution is to stay strong and continue it through this new year. To me, my health is more than just eating healthier to lose weight but also to improve daily function, sleep, and mood. 

Mentally I am committing to a new year of positivity, motivation, and pride. 2020 was a challenging year for most of us. Needless to say, I’m hoping to regain some semblance of a social life in 2021 … We’ll see if I even still remember how to order a drink at a bar.

Magdi Cook:

My 2021 New Years’ resolution is to focus on myself and doing things that make me feel happy and healthy both mentally and physically. I want to commit to doing some sort of exercise every day, whether that be going for a long walk, taking a yoga class, and/ or dancing in my living room to Fergalicious blasting on full volume! I also want to incorporate doing a ten-minute daily meditation and keeping a gratitude journal where I can jot down the things I am grateful for on a daily basis.