New Years Plans


I was chatting with a friend yesterday and naturally we got on the topic of New Years, which led us to the question of what was our best New Years ever. It took me a while to think back to mine (I blame the champagne) but I eventually realized I hadn't really had any outstanding New Years in the past, usually because there's so much hype leading up to it.

I'm not looking to make a night for the books this year, afterall you can't force these things. But I would like to do something different and memorable.

Any ideas?
Dec 12, 2013 @ 09:48 am

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Nope, I always end up at home with champagne watching New Years around the world. I just don't care about New Years. Just another excuse to party.
Aug 05, 2014 @ 09:50 pm

New Year's Eve payday a big one!

To me New Years Eve is over rated. As a caregiver, I baby sit evenings on weekend. New Years Eve is the only time my rates go up, so it's a great gig for me. Last year I worked 7pm-2am and got paid $300 cash! pretty good for putting a kid to bed and watching movies and the countdown while eating junk food.
My friends always try to get me to celebrate and go out, but for me New Years is low key movie night for me and the next few years
Sep 03, 2014 @ 09:56 pm


I can't stand New Years out. Make a super special dinner, champers, and watch the ball drop around the world- that's my fav.
Sep 04, 2014 @ 04:20 am


For me New Year is with my family (grand parents, oncle, aunts, etc) We celebrate like the old time lol we sing and dance. We are in different cities, we don't see each other very ofter so we have good time all together!

But a few years ago I went in New York to celebrate New Year in Times Square!! Great experience! Bit expensive but you have to do it once in your life ;)

You can rent a house with friends and go ski or just relax...
Sep 04, 2014 @ 10:34 am
Radar Lover

Family time

I really have the best time when I am relaxing with the family.

Whether it's movies with our kids, an extended family video gaming competition with both kids and adults, or just crafting with the kids, I love them all.

If it's just the two of you ... I love a dinner and a long car ride. Talking about dreams, plans and the future are a great time to get on the same level with each other.

Sep 04, 2014 @ 07:33 pm

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