South Waltoners share their resolutions for the new year

Oli Petit

Oli Petit

Published: Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 04:35 PM.

The world has kissed the year 2012 goodbye, and South Walton residents say this year will be different.

One tradition many embrace during the crossing over from one year to the next is resolving to make positive changes in their lives during the year.

The Sun polled some South Waltoners to see what resolutions are being made this year and got some interesting answers — from the adventurous to the sublime.

On the adventurous end, Tricia Northcutt resolves to be fearless, live fully and laugh often this year.

Rosemary Beach's Linda Miller is resolving to have more fun and live every day to the fullest.

Artist Robin Wiesneth resolves to paint something (almost) every day, and she has a plan in mind of how to accomplish this. To start, she will spend less time on Facebook.

Sandestin resident Mary Damroth has two resolutions for the year. She resolves to continue to work on her second childhood. "If not now, when?" she asks. And to work with charities that are dear to her heart. She plans to keep the first resolution by doing things that give her joy, nurturing friendships that give her positive energy, and allowing herself to be as crazy as she wants. Her plan to keep the second one is by just listening to her heart.

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