New Year's Eve & Day
The Three Sisters wish you a Happy New Year! The unfamiliar may wonder whose these ladies are, but we know them to be Corn, Beans, and Squash. They are the foundation foods of many Native American groups since...
Are you throwing a New Year's Eve party and need some theme ideas to get your guests talking? Look no further! This article has six NYE themes that will help get your year started right.
"You are what you eat" is true every day, but it's the tradition for New Year's Day in the Deep South, USA. Blackeyed peas and greens are said to bring good luck and prosperity in the coming year.
New Years Eve is celebrated world-wide by all people, regardless of their nationality and religion. We are all waiting for this special night and carefully preparing for it. Many people even believe that a fulfillment...
A happy new year to you. Also, a happy new day, a happy new hour and a happy new minute. A happy new second. A happy new breath. A happy new moment. A happy new everything.
A look a common New Year's Eve superstitions and traditions.
Whether it be a New Year's resolution or a goal that's a long time coming, change is stressful. Here's how to simplify the journey.
The Ukrainian tradition of New Year's Eve and Day is certainly a lengthy one, taking up most of the month of January with fun, good food, and excitement!
Some stay up late to ring in the New Year and send off the old. We wake up at the crack of dawn to jump in the Atlantic.
Bleigiessen, a form of molybdomancy, is a traditional New Year's Eve activity whereby molten lead is dropped into water. The shapes formed are believed to foretell what the coming year will bring.
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