8 Ways To Bring In The New Year If You’re Alone And Not Partying!

The end of the year can be pretty stressful for some people, especially if you’re kind of a loner and have event invites piling up at your desk like me.
So if partying or bar hopping is not your scene but you still want to bring in the new year doing something special, here’s a list of helpful suggestions!

1. Binge-watch your favourite TV show or movie series

I honestly cannot think of anything better to do on this or any other winter’s night than slip into a warm blankie for a Harry Potter Movie marathon, can you?


2. Take a long nap!

You’ve been stressed out all year. You deserve to be able to fall asleep without having to worry about setting an alarm the next day. You deserve to wake up refreshed and ready for the new year.


3. Go on a solo trip

You know how there’s that one place you’ve always wanted to go but it’s always been pushed to the back “for later.”
Take this opportunity to make it happen.


4. Go watch fireworks

There’s just something magical about seeing all those fireworks rise into the air and colour the night sky.


5. Read a book

If you’re someone who loves buying books but never quite finds the time to read them, make yourself a hot cup of tea and snuggle into a corner this New Year’s Eve. You’ve got a lot of reading to do.


6. Dance!

You don’t need a dance floor or a DJ. All you really need is a great playlist.


7. Give yourself a Spa day

Hear me out. Your body needs pampering. Get the whole deal. Massages, hair care, manicures, everything.


8. Make something new

As crazy as it sounds, New Year’s Eve is actually the perfect day to do something you wouldn’t do on any other day of the year. Try out a new dinner recipe or invent a new cocktail. You might actually end up discovering a new favourite!


Have a great New Year!

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Amanda Francesca Mendonça

After spending pretty much all of my teen years waiting for a Hogwarts letter that never came, I gave up and settled for being a wizard with words instead. A hopeless romantic, when I’m not penning down short stories, I’m busy imagining my own happily ever after.

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