What is your New Year res­o­lu­tion?

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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

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