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What was I doing in Billy's Boxer on Boxing Day? Zipping along the 10 on our way to the Ask Annette celebrity shareholders' retreat in Palm Springs, naturally, when suddenly my newest Hermes scarf blew away, and it got me thinking: It's the new year. Whatever will we wear?
Moreover, what simple steps can today's office worker take to become even more fabulous in the coming months? Here are some of the shareholders' resolutions.
Choose your favorite resolution, or make your own. Remember, resolutions are as much fun to break as they are to make!
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