What is your New Year’s resolution this year?

“Eat healthier and stay in shape.”
Adrienne Merrill
Carmel Valley

“To drink less coffee and eat more.”
Mike Grace
San Diego, works in Solana Beach

“It’s always the same every year. Health and harmony.”
Lucy DeMarchnt
Solana Beach

“Get better grades.”
Amy Floit
Carmel Valley

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