Some really cool things to do besides getting hammered on New Year’s Eve.

By Demetrius Carrington

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New Years Eve has always been about going to a party and getting hammered. That’s cool. But here a few suggestions on how you should consider bringing in 2020 to avoid a hangover.

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Go to your place of worship
It’s always good to connect with your higher belief system and set your goals in a place that has meaning. You will be more apt to take them serious. You can also use the surroundings of this scared space as a conduit to really be honest with yourself.

Spend the entire day with your loved one
This is a great opportunity to finish the year full of love and appreciation for each other.

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Take time out to discuss the failures of the past and year and discuss what you’d like to see happen in 2020. Set goals for the relationship both financially and personally. It’s a great idea to write things out so you can refer back to them when things get off track. Trust me, this will be a great night for both of you.

Reflect
Sit still, perhaps you could use this time to just reflect on you. We all have decisions that need to be made or plans we’ve been putting off. This is a great time to figure out what’s going on the You.

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Ask yourself “I’m I happy in my life,” trust me the answer to that question alone is worth an evening of contemplation.
Reflect on the people and things you should leave in 2019 and be ready to act on your decisions once the clock strikes midnight.

Of course parting is fun, but ending a year the perfect time to ready yourself for a new beginning, and what’s cooler than self-improvement.

Thank you for taking the time to read this article and we wish nothing but the best in 2020.