City citizens reveal their New Year’s resolutions
said he wanted to focus more on taking care of his family and contributing at church. “I want to embark on a soul-winning mission. In so doing, I would win people away from crime and indirectly away from sin,” he said. “On the work front, I want to do my best so that SAPS becomes the most attractive organisation in regards to how I conduct and parade myself in front of my colleagues, particularly the incoming members.” Mountain Rise police station spokesperson Gay Ebrahim said she doesn’t set any New Year’s resolutions.
“I don’t ever see them through, so I stopped lying to myself a long time ago,” she said.
However, Ebrahim said she was dedicating the year to herself.
“I want to be kinder to myself. I’m at a stage in my life where I need to spend time by myself and do things for myself. I’ve given a lot of myself and it is time to do me and put myself first,” she said.
said he wanted to eat a little less, lose a bit of weight and exercise more.
“Resolutions are very easily broken, and I’m afraid that I can be very easily tempted to settle into a hearty piece of magnificent chocolate cake, when in fact I should be indulging in a piece of spinach,” quipped Strachan.
He said planning for the year ahead was more of an aspiration for him than a resolution.
“If you have a resolution, and you don’t adhere to it, it’s a little bit of a self-let down. I would rather steer away from cast-in-stone resolutions and opt for aspirations.”
On the work front, he said he wanted to return to and realise more fully the agricultural roots of the Royal Show.
wants to get more of his music played on radio in 2019.
He said he was going to make himself available to perform at events every weekend so that he could sell more of his CDs.
His ultimate dream is to get a successful record producer to mentor him on how he could succeed in the music industry.
“I’m also pushing my NPO, called ‘Boys Wake Up’, where I work with teen boys in my community trying to get them to rise above their circumstances so that we don’t all end up trapped in a circle of poverty.”