Now that the chaos has died down, use the first day of the year to spend serving others alongside your sweetheart. That first date must have been magical for a reason, right? After all, it brought the two of you […]
Now that the chaos has died down, use the first day of the year to spend serving others alongside your sweetheart. That first date must have been magical for a reason, right? After all, it brought the two of you to where you are now. Why not relive the magic and butterflies that started it all. Go to the same restaurant or movie theater, or even incorporate elements such as a meal or a bottle of wine you shared together to recreate something similar at home.
Due to the general use of fireworks, more fires occur on New Year’s Eve than on any other day of the year in Norway. Accordingly, most Norwegian cities, and many towns, host a large, public fireworks display in order to discourage private use of fireworks in built-up areas. People will then congregate in a central square or similar to watch and celebrate. At midnight, fireworks are displayed all across the country.
The best way to ring in a new year is with a delicious dinner. Instead of going out to a local spot, whip up something at home. You can never go wrong with a roast chicken and some tasty side dishes. The best thing about parties are the games — so make sure you’ve got a few on deck for New Year’s Eve. You can find a ton of games like Scattegories, Bingo, and Family Feud on Etsy.
Unfortunately, studies show that– while nearly half the US population annually makes resolutions– less than 10% of them are kept. One of my favorite things about New Year’s good luck rituals is that not all of them seem completely sane. Many of the traditions we’ve already learned about on this list probably seem a bit off-the-wall.
In the South Australian capital of Adelaide, events are held at both Rymill Park in the city and at Glenelg beach. In Lebanon and Syria, people celebrate New Year’s Eve with a dinner attended by family and friends. The dinner features traditional dishes such as tabouli, hummus, kibbi, and other Syrian and Lebanese foods.
When the countdown reaches number one, the song with the most votes plays on all the country’s radio stations. For more advice, including how to celebrate the New Year with traditions from other cultures, keep reading. Grab your loved one, make a reservation , and share the New Year together over a nice meal. You can follow that up with some colorful fireworks and a midnight kiss.