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New Year’s Resolutions Chamber Style

Every year we want to improve ourselves and go into the new year with expectations. Whether that is spending more time with friends or family, beginning a new weight loss journey or even forming a new habit. 2020 has been a year of happiness for some and tragedy for others. When looking to the new year, we want to set goals and hopefully follow through with what we set out. After going around the office gathering resolutions, here are the Liberty County Chamber/CVB 2021 New Year’s Resolutions.

Keinan Johnson, Program Coordinator

“For 2021 my goal is to read 12 self-improvement books by the end of the year. I want to look into the lives of successful scholars and analyze their path to success. I will then apply what I have learned into my lifestyle forming positive habits. I also want to continue working towards my goal on becoming fluent in Spanish. I will continue to work with my Spanish tutor and stay on top of studying.”


Hunter Hanna-Yox, Program Coordinator

My Goal for 2021 is to practice patience in all aspects of my life: work, family, doing tasks. I also want to downsize, I have too many things that don’t mean anything to me. Lastly, I would like to brush up on my vocabulary and spelling.”


Desiree Riley, Office Administrator

“My New Year’s resolution is to start journaling! So much goes on that I sometimes forget all the things I’ve accomplished or been a part of. Plus, it seems like a great way to unwind and reflect after a crazy day! Writing has always been my favorite creative outlet, so I want to try and dedicate more time to it.”


Valerie Andrews, Operations and Finance Manager

“My number one goal for 2021 is to start a meditation practice. My brain never stops, and I would like to have a little more control over that. Also, I read that meditation helps increase the brain’s grey matter- which is always a plus! I get caught up in the work and home balance and I don’t ever feel I have the time for me, and I think this will give me some clarity and will probably help with stress, anxiety and moods.”


Leah Poole, CEO

“As an avid reader one of the last things that I want to do when I get home is read more after staring at a computer screen all day. I tried in 2020 to get back into something that I truly enjoy and would like to commit in the new year to an even bigger effort to relax and read!”


We hope these resolutions inspire you to make 2021 your best year yet. So, don’t forget to get up, get out and #exploreliberty as you follow through with your resolutions.


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