What is your New Year resolution?
2019 is here, with a mix of feelings looking to the future.
A new year comes with resolutions, which are all about self-improvement, so although the world can only watch as Brexit unfolds and the US president rants from his Twitter account, plans can be put in place to help yourself and the people around you. The Argyllshire Advertiser asked what is your New Year resolution?
Mind, body or soul? What are you focusing on? Is it finally time to put down the cancer-sticks? Take up meditation? Help at the foodbank? Try skydiving? Library assistant Tanya
Jackson said: ‘I want to run more. I think I might go for a half-marathon later in the year.’ Kenny McInnes of Zing Organics: ‘Probably just need to be as considerate as possible to everybody.’ James Hamilton of Whiskey West Coast said: ‘I’m joining the fat club. Slimming World. Going on a diet as I’m sure 20 million others have said. I’d like to know what the fallout from that is.’ Alastair Robertson: ‘I’d like to just keep nice and healthy for the next year. That’s all I’m looking for.’
Victoria Dunkley of Clock Tower Antiques: ‘Get on with this village [Ardrishaig] and get it together and get everyone speaking to each other. Let’s hope with the community hub coming and the new owners in the Rumblin’ Tum, we’ll give more people more reasons to stop in Ardrishaig.’ Tarbert retailer Ian
MacIntyre said: ‘My New Year resolution is to not make a New Year resolution.’
Kenny McInnes of Zing Organics.
Librarian Tanya Jackson. 51_a02NYresolutions03
Ian MacIntyre. 51_a02NYresolutions02