New Year's Day is a time to make resolutions with the hope of improving our well-being in the coming year. In America we might share a kiss at midnight, but across the world people all celebrate differently. Whether its smashing plates or rocking red underwear, the New Year is welcomed in many ways.
Yearly broken January Resolutions can add to the after-holiday blues setting in by the middle of the month. Mardi Gras is too long to wait for festivity, so here are some days for fun in January!
Something to think about before you write your New Year’s Resolutions.
How is New Year celebrated in Great Britain? Many New Years Eve traditions date from pagan times and Hogmanay in Scotland is the biggest revelry in the UK
Step confidently & without as much emotional baggage into the new year: these 100 questions will help you take stock, reflect & journal about your past year before you mindfully move on to the next.
Use these suggestions to spice up your party life on the craziest night of the year. You'll surely have a happy New Year.
The benefits of setting goals, how to re-evaluate them based on current priorities in life, and my own reflections as the year winds down
Wish lists can be fun, even if you don't need anything and can't take care of what you already have! Weave your wishes into your New Year's Resolutions this year in any season you choose to start.
Make-at-home New Years dinner. Turn away from the crowds, noise, mayhem and expense. Create a wonderful, decadent meal for you and your #1 at home.
For $500 you can spend three days and two nights in New York City and ring in 2019 like nowhere else. All your friends will be jealous and you can tell them all about it when you get back home.