Crisp Experiences: New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

We asked our office to share their New Year’s resolutions with us for 2019 and here is what they had to say…

 

“In 2019, I’d like to continue to improve at all my hobbies (guitar, photography, art, etc.) I’d also like to continue to gain even more muscle and weight from working out. Finally, I will be taking a web development course in a couple of weeks so I’d like to be good enough to make a decent website by the end of the year.”

-Hayley Tillery, Lead UI Designer

 

“I used to do New Year’s Resolutions, but I stopped a few years back. I’ve really been putting a lot more focus on making my resolutions a daily habit and not just at the beginning of the new year. I’ve learned and changed a lot, but It made a difference to make it daily versus a one-time resolution.”

-Jason Harmon, Senior Coordinator/Content Director

 

“My words for 2019 are Faith, Strength, and Bold.”

-Joan Biddle, Content Developer

 

“My resolution is to expand my skill set so I can design better user experiences that are both influential and meaningful.”

-Jake Call, Lead UX Designer

 

“I don’t have a New Year’s resolution because I’m terrible with follow-through and I don’t like to set myself up for disappointment. I do have a word for the year, however, My word for 2019 is ‘growth.'”

-Kayla Pearce, Content Developer

 

“1. Return texts faster, 2. Read More and 3. become a more well-rounded person.”

-Lawrence Shaw, Junior Multimedia Specialist

 

“I don’t make myself a list of resolutions, but I do make general goals for each year. My main goal for 2019 is to pay off all debt. A bonus would be to get in shape & lose some weight… but one thing at a time.”

-Hannah Verret, Content Developer

 

“New Year Resolution: My NY Resolution is to make it to the gym at least 3 times weekly and no bread until March 1st. (Personal diet experiment)”

-Devan Dillard, Digital Marketing Strategist

 

“Thanks to an awesome suggestion from a coworker, I’ve decided to focus on a word for 2019 instead of doing the whole resolution thing. My word is “Future”. For me, this means I’m going to work on letting go of the past, and focus instead on building a solid and successful future. Paying off old debts, putting money away in savings, and working on my photography business are my smaller goals. Setting my sights on the horizon will hopefully keep me on track to a more positive year. Hopefully, haha.”

-Carisa Wenstrom, Lead Multimedia Specialist

 

“I don’t have any resolutions. Usually, if I want to do something, I just do them right away instead of waiting for the new year.”

-David Calhoun, Email Marketing Manager

 

“In 2019, I want to make more time for hobbies. While trying to juggle all the balls 2018 threw at me, I completely neglected carving time out to do the things I actually like to do.”

-Allison Droke Erickson, CRM Manager

 

“About my resolution… I can’t tell much, because this year I feel like the new year stands before me like a new chapter in my book of life, waiting to be written, and somewhere in the middle of it is going to be a trip across the ocean.”

-Aleksandra Kirievskaya, Junior Web Developer

Hannah Verret
Hannah Verret is a Content Developer at Crisp Marketing in Memphis, TN. Hannah has been working in content creation throughout her entire adult career. When Hannah isn't writing or organizing social media posts, she's spending her time reading and loving on her many pets.

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