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Cheers to the New Year

How five San Diegans are making 2019 the best year yet



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NBC7’s Bridget Naso, Toft Group President Robin Toft, retired entrepreneur Patti Roscoe, and Scripps doctors Ayemoethu Ma and Seth Krosner share how they plan to start the year off right, with less stress and more joy here. And if you’re partaking in Dry January or are just on the lookout for some tasty, low-calorie drinks, check out our three seasonal mocktails here. Already off the resolution wagon? Get back on track with the six tips here

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