South Waltoners share their resolutions for the new year

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

Several folks are making resolutions to try to better themselves in various ways this year.

Chef Phil McDonald plans to drink more water.

Meg Warrington resolves to drink less wine ... and to make her bed every day.

Red Bar owner Oli Petit's new year's resolution is to be nicer to his friend when he plays soccer. "I have no idea how I am going to keep that resolution but I'm gonna try," he said.

Sandestin General Manager Mark Hodgdon has made three new year's resolutions: to give back to others and to the community; to love his family with all of his heart and enjoy every moment with them; and to commit to a few less pounds in 2013.

Sandestin resident Tony Lange resolves to try to be a better man; to live life to the fullest every day; to be more compassionate; to keep in better contact with his family and friends; to love his girlfriend better; and above all, to be happy that he is alive and healthy.

On the business end, human resources professional Lane Rees is resolving to be the best HR professional that he can be and to keep holding his team accountable in the new year.

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