On New Year’s Eve, most of us gather together with friends and family to celebrate the ending of one year and the start of another. While there are certain traditions that can be found at almost every party – champagne toasts and the televised countdown to the ball drop in Times Square -you can set your shindig apart from the rest by adopting a creative party theme. Here are few theme ideas that we love:
Greet the New Year with a fun-filled party! Because what better way to celebrate New Year’s Eve than with good company, good food and good drinks? Set the stage by designing your space with some festive and fun accents. Complementing your party with the right decorations will create the right mood for the occasion and add an extra sparkle to your event!
Screw New Years Resolutions! I am starting mine right now!!! Its easier to stay out of trouble then to get out of trouble! Bad habits are meant to be broken, but why wait until January 1st to make changes in your life?
New Year’s Eve is a time for family and friends to come together to send out the old and usher in the new. Parties typically include food, beverages and fun. New Year’s Eve party games can ensure that your guests will go home with warm memories of a great time.
Everyone’s invited over for your New Year’s Eve party, and you’re worried about entertainment for the hours of potential dead time until that magic moment at midnight. While there are standard ways to help with entertainment such as music and food, New Year’s Eve games will show everyone a good time.
Its likely that someone popped the question this season. No, not the will you marry me? question, but the what is your resolution? one. Finding more time to work out, losing those last five pounds, spending more quality time with the kids all top the list, but one of the most popular New Years resolutions is to get more organized.
First, before I begin, let me say Im going to call these aspirations instead of resolutions — you may think Im splitting hairs but try it yourself and youll see what I mean. First say, My new years resolution is to get in shape and now say, My new years aspiration is to get in shape. Doesnt the second feel much more hopeful and full of promise? Resolution has failure written all over it — or at least fear and disappointment. OK, enough with my hokey semantics (but really I mean it!)
Now that Christmas is behind us, it is time to focus on some New Years Resolutions for 2011. I started to write some of them down and then realized that they are the same ones that I have been making for years.
So how many of you are already thinking about New Year’s resolutions? Are you dreading the thought? Are you excited to start fresh? The unfortunate fact about resolutions is that less than half of all people who make resolutions maintain them longer than six months. The upside of this fact, however, is that just the act of creating a goal makes you ten times more likely of achieving it.
As we approach the New Year, many people are starting to think about motivation and goals. Motivation is a term that is so widely used today. Whether you are seeking motivation, trying to stay motivated or looking to motivational speakers to inspire you, you need to find the internal drive. People think if they are just motivated enough they can achieve all the goals they set out for themselves.