Friday, August 5 2022

New Year’s Eve doesn’t need to be canceled, it can be changed

HOUSTON (KIAH) – This New Years Eve looks a little different to many. We have been through another difficult year, which is reason enough to celebrate.

But with the increase in COVID-19 cases this month, New Years Eve doesn’t need to be canceled, it can be changed.

Here is a list of ideas to make your New Years Eve a safe party for everyone:

  • Plan a New Years day full of activities. Stay inside or go outside. This is the perfect time to create new traditions and family memories. Create new and unique ways to make this New Years Eve memorable.
  • Host a virtual party. Get your friends and family on Zoom, Facetime or Houseparty. Play games, listen to music, and have your midnight toast from the comfort of your home.
  • Volunteer. It’s giving season to step into the New Year by doing something good for someone else. Many local homeless shelters are planning a New Years Eve dinner. They are always looking for volunteers. Just contact in advance.
  • Change of scenery. If you want to avoid the crowds but want to be away from home, book an AIRBNB for the weekend or just for the night. Whether the Airbnb is local or in a different city, you’ll feel like you’re stepping out.

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