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Ready To Say Goodbye To 2018
With only a few weeks left in 2018, we can’t help but be amazed by how fast the year flew by. Wasn’t it just March? It’s always crazy how much everyone still has to do before the year’s out! Don’t worry — here are some great resources to help you get through these next hectic weeks.
So much to do, so little time. It’s hard enough to get things done in December, between all the holidays. Who has time to think about the new year? As always, a simple to-do list can really help you get things in order. Don’t worry; it’s not all chores and errands. This checklist gives you fun ways to celebrate 2018 and end the year on a high note!
There’s no secret to having a great new year, not matter what some articles online may claim. Yes, there’s some great advice out there, but why take someone else’s definition of what makes a year good? Here are a couple creative suggestions to make 2019 your year. (This article is a few years old, but the tips are evergreen.)
There’s something promising about the new year. No matter what happened in the last 12 months, whether good or bad, happy or sad, you can start 2019 off fresh. The future is whatever you make it, so why not make it a good one? Check out these simple strategies to truly have a happy new year.
Just For Fun: Best NYE Parties In The World
Times Square gets a lot of attention on New Year’s Eve, but the residents of NYC aren’t the only ones who know how to throw a party. From Scotland to Chile, check out how the rest of the world rings in the new year.
Have a Happy New Year!
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