9 Relaxed, Low-Cost Ways to Keep the New Year’s Festivities Going

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December 31, 2012 ‐ By
They've already rung in the new year in Hong Kong. AP Photo/Kin Cheung

They’ve already rung in the new year in Hong Kong. AP Photo/Kin Cheung

We officially ring in the New Year with glasses of champagne, big parties, and perhaps a little naughty behavior. But tomorrow is only January 1. You can’t keep up the party for days on end (unless you can, in which case, invite us and we’ll swing by). But we think the early days of the year should be celebrated as well. After all, the way you bring in the year is the way you’ll spend it.

So we have nine low-cost, fun, yet relaxed ways that you can continue to welcome 2013. These options will clear the mind, bring on the good feelings, and bring the holidays to an end in a great way.

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  • hollyw

    …oookay, hate to be a Negative Nancy, but I was hoping ‘festivities’ meant ‘parties’ lol… These were all definitely low-cost, positive ways to keep the New Years spirit going, however :)

    Here’s to an even more positive, inspiring, and cordial New Year, Madame Noire!

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