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A More Mindful Approach to New Year’s Resolutions

To chart a course for the year ahead, start with your personal values

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Ashley Albert remembers the moment her 2018 motto started to work. “I was on Butler Street and Nevins and I was mad about something,” she says. “And I said, ‘Well, what happens if I assume the best about what this is actually about, what that person meant to do?’”

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Annaliese Griffin

Annaliese Griffin

Annaliese Griffin is a writer and editor who most recently led the Quartz Daily Obsession, an award-winning newsletter. She lives in Vermont with her family.

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