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New Year 2020: Don’t Do These Things At and After New Year’s Eve Parties or You Will Regret Later!


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New Year’s Eve is one of the most awaited celebrations of the year and for a good reason. You have that epic bash that you and your friends talk about all year. And since New Year’s Eve celebrations come in all shapes and sizes, it is essential to know where to draw the line on a festive night. After all, you do not want to label your much-awaited party a ‘bad memory’, do you?  Here are a few things you should avoid doing on the final day of 2019!

1. Carry Work to Party

Number one on this list is work. If you want to make your New Year’s Eve a special one, why not take the night off? If you are working shifts, make sure that you do the morning shift and take some time off in the evening to relax before the big party. You sure do not want to pass out before ringing in the New Year. If you just can’t take an off, at least sneak in a glass of champagne and have your own sweet New Year at your desk. New Year’s Eve Plans Near You: Hot NYE Events in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore to Welcome New Year 2020 in Style

2. Hang Out With Negative People

It’s a brand New Year, and you would like to start yours on a positive note. So why not avoid that ‘always complaining’ friend on the eve.  Going alone for a party is any day better than going with people who bring in negative energy.

3. Call Your Ex for the New Year Party

Do you know what is worse than getting a hangover? It is waking up with your ex next to you on the first day of the year. So put aside your loneliness and hang out with your closest friends instead. Which Countries Will Enter New Year 2020 First & Last? Know the Names of Nations That Will Ring in NYE Celebrations at Different Time Zones

4. Stress About the Midnight Kiss

We understand that you are really excited for a midnight kiss, but if you are single, do not waste your night hunting for a guy to kiss. Remember you can have fun before the clock strikes 12, with or without your love interest. The Steamiest New Year’s Eve Kisses You Can Have!

5. Go For Overhyped Parties

We are all game about ringing in the New Year in style, but if you are going to buy the most expensive party ticket in town, think twice. Those New Year’s Eve parties are often filled with strangers getting drunk, diluted drinks and less than average food, so don’t burn your cash. Why not plan an all-night house party instead?

6. Mix Your Drinks

It’s okay if you have saved those tequila shots for the New Year’s night. But if you want to save yourself from a bad hangover, do not mix your drinks. If you have pledged to try all the exotic wines, don’t mix them with vodka or gin. Stick to one kind of drink while also drinking a lot of water to stay hydrated.

7. Dine Out Without Reservations

New Year’s Eve is one of the busiest night of the year, so the best places are going to have their reservations snatched up months in advance. Even if you are not sure about your plans till the eleventh hour, make reservations wherever you can and then step out from your home.

8. Make Unrealistic New Year’s Resolutions

If you are of the type who makes a big list of resolutions, we are afraid that you might get disappointed. Make practical goals that are attainable but will still give you a feeling of accomplishment.

If you are alone this New Year’s Eve, you will surely bum yourself out by scrolling through your Facebook and Instagram feed. If you are home alone, order some pizza and watch something on Netflix and stay far away from your phone.

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