MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Scott Walker says his New Year's resolutions are to exercise more, be healthier and spend more time with his family.
Walker said Tuesday that his hopes for the state in 2014 are that there are more opportunities for people who are looking for work to find a job.
Walker talked Tuesday with The Associated Press.
His pledge to be healthier in the New Year came a day after his office sent out his recipe for frosted pecans, which includes sugar, cinnamon and salt. Walker jokes that he can't even eat the pecans any longer because of a nut allergy.