Image Credit: www.webflow.com

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Mastering Webflow


Hands down my favorite product of 2019! This year, I hope to dig in deeper (the possibilities are endless) and learn more about UX design.

Melanie Mabugat-Wagner
Director of Marketing
Photo by Josh Riemer on Unsplash

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Understanding the Mind

For 2020, my aspirations revolve around the mind. One of my primary goals is to start a daily meditation practice to assist in manifestation and focus. A secondary goal for this new year is to contribute to MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies). They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana. It's really exciting that we're beginning to understand the profound benefits these substances can have in treating humans for a wide variety of disorders.  

Zach Walker
Director of Social Marketing

3

Leg Day, Snowboarding, and More

  1. Get back in shape and stop skipping leg day
  2. Get better at snowboarding
  3. Photograph more concerts
  4. Learn to code + design my own website

Sam Jameson
Customer Success Manager

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Lost Arrow Spire

This year I want to focus on hitting the gym more often and accomplishing some climbing goals! I'm hoping to get in shape enough to climb Lost Arrow Spire in Yosemite Valley, which should take about 3 days. It ends at the top of a 3000-foot tall rock spire which is separated from the main wall of the valley by about 150 feet, which you have to traverse suspended from a rope!

Nick Elsbree
CTO

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Cutting Caffeine

Happy new year, Will Call readers! I'm not big on new year's resolutions, but I'm always striving toward some personal development goal. Lately, it has been to cut back on the amount of caffeine I consume by 80%.

I'm a big coffee fan. My favorite cup is a french pressed Cuban blend, anyone else? At some point last year, I was drinking around 3 cups per day. This often lead to headaches and inevitably crashing in the late afternoon. This year, I'm planning on switching to decaf.

So far, tea has been a huge help. I replaced my afternoon coffee with tea and I've been feeling great throughout the day.

Jake Rush
Head of Operations
Photo by Charles on Unsplash

6

Je Parle Français

Typically, I over-resolve, but this year I'm keeping it simple: Practice French every day. So far, I can say things like "The dog is eating the croissant." (Le chien mange le croissant!) I'm heading to the South of France for a few weeks this spring, so I'm motivated and Duolingo makes it easy and fun. It's been a great reminder o how good it feels to learn a language! 

JoAnna Novak
Head of Education

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Routine

My New Years resolution is to get into a routine!

Tommy Knecht
Head of Partnerships
Photo by Blaz Photo on Unsplash

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Books > Twitter

My 2020 resolution: read a book instead of Twitter on the bus. Keeping it simple and achievable. I spend around an hour on the bus to and from work every day. In 2019, that time was occupied mainly by scrolling through Twitter and getting increasingly angry; in 2020, no more! That's 14,400 minutes I've just gotten back. I'm already 40 pages from finishing my first book of the year! I read four(?) books last year.

Ethan Frigon
Support Engineer

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Self-Improvement All Yearlong

I have never been a believer in setting new years resolutions. If you want to make a change or improvement to your life, it's lame to wait for a specific day to do so. With that said, I believe you should constantly be taking steps to improve yourself day in and day out. Having downtime at the end of the year around the holidays is a great time to reflect on what you could be doing better. One area I'm working on improving is reading & writing more. I want to read faster, retain more of what I read, and make reading a daily habit along with journaling. Taking action to improve my physical wellbeing is easy for me and I dedicate anywhere from 20-90 minutes a day to it. I'm working on making a daily habit of doing this for my mental wellbeing, too. One way I have started doing this is by printing off articles to read while I'm in the sauna. This is a great way for me to read for 15-20 minutes 4-6 times a week.

Sterling Witt
Sales Director

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