2014 is drawing to a close. It’s that time of year where we vow to spend less time indulging in Netflix marathons and more of it on a treadmill. WWD polled designers, socials and celebs on their resolutions to see how they plan to better themselves next year (at least till mid-February).
Leandra Medine: “To eat less kale, more chocolate.”
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Jason Schwartzman: “They might seem phony, but they’re true. One is to sit down less, and the second is to not have my phone in sight all of the time. I feel like it’s always out. I think I can do a better job of putting it away — it’s distracting.”
Natalie Joos: “Ideally, I would like to create a couple more Natalies in 2015. One will own her own clothing line. The other will study neuroscience and develop therapies for children with learning disabilities. And then there’s the Natalie who has a TV show on CNN. Now it’s up to the universe to decide which Natalie conquers.”
Lauren Remington Platt: “To meditate daily.”
Krysten Ritter: “I’m not going to make any. I live my New Year’s resolutions each and every day. So that’s my New Year’s resolution: To keep going.”
Jennifer Fisher: “My New Year’s resolution is to get more than four hours of sleep every night.”
Roland Mouret: “To still see the glass half-full.”
Osman Yousefzada: “To eat more greens.”
Misha Nonoo: “To learn calligraphy and enroll in a dance class.”
Joy Bryant: “I don’t make any anymore. I already quit smoking so that’s done. I say, ‘Don’t talk about it, just be about it.’ That way I don’t beat myself up and feel guilty if I don’t do it.”
Diane von Furstenrberg: “To take a little bit more of myself and go back to yoga in a big way.”
Chelsea Leyland: “My New Year’s resolution is to try and have a bedtime.”
Dylan Penn: “Maybe I’ll start a language or something. French. I really want to move to France.”