Whether you are a new mom or you have been around the block a few times like me, sometimes it's easier to stay at home for New Year's Eve. I've got a few ideas just for you.
Keep It Simple
Staying at home means no babysitter to worry about. Not to mention traveling in cold or snowy weather. You're also guaranteed a safe night since no one will be out on the roads. Pop some popcorn and pass the Martinelli.
Make Family Memories
New Year’s Eve is also a great time to make family memories. Try taking a family photo with someone holding a handmade 2017 sign. You can get as creative as you want with this. Share your creations on social media for lots of laughs and likes.
Count Your Blessings
We all have something to be thankful about. Now's a great time to lock back over the past year and share what we are grateful for. Share at least three things with each other.
Have a Vision Board Party
Head to your local dollar store and buy some poster boards and glue. Use magazines you have around the house and cut out words and pictures that resonate with you. Keep your vision board easily visible to you so you can get it front of you. The bible says write the vision and make it plain. I did this last year and saw actual goals come to pass in my life.
Happy New Year everyone!