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Resolution or Revolution? What will you be starting in 2019?
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Danielle Fox

is Health & Beauty Editor at Porter Magazine and Net A Porter and has been a beauty and health writer for 13 years, contributing to various international titles including Bazaar and Vogue. A wellbeing and fitness obsessive, Danielle has also recently qualified as nutritionist.

"Resolution. Someone once told me that instead of making huge resolutions for the year ahead that invariably don’t stick to do one small intention every six weeks. So that’s what I plan to do, make a small change that hopefully will create a big difference. I think of it as bitesize resolutions. My first one? Lessen my screen time every week and keep my phone out of sight so I don’t habitually reach for it."

David Annand

is a freelance editor and writer. He is a Contributing Editor to Conde Nast Traveller, and has been Associate Editor of GQ Style and Man About Town. He contributes to Mr and Mrs Smith and has written about all manner of things for the Telegraph, GQ, Literary Review and Time Out.

"Resolution. I resolve to undertake absolutely nothing that could be considered self-improving in any way whatsoever. "

Wilson Oryema

is a multidisciplinary artist and writer who lives and works in London. His work primarily focuses on the theme of consumption and the different ways it impacts human behaviour and the environment/planet; which he explores through text, image, film and more. Wilson has featured in various solo and group exhibitions internationally. He released his first book, the self-published “Wait” in 2017 and a sequel is due for release in late 2019.

"Resolution. In 2019 I will remain resolute in my ideas and not waver, pushing them even further than before."