7 Fun Ways to Celebrate New Year at Home

New Year’s eve for most of us means going out with friends clubbing, partying all night, and bringing in January 1 with bang. But if you are someone who would rather stay away from all the halla you probably are left with little ideas. For this New Year’s eve though, we have some options for the peace-loving lot. These options are fun, easy, and cost little or nothing!
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Snuggle up for a rom-com night


This is an all-time favourite for most girls, and it hardly ever fails to cheer up. But you can snuggle up with your special someone and enjoy a fluffy romantic laugh riot. A glass of wine and lights turned down can add more to the magic.


Have a game night


Yes...indoors! Why not spend the night playing your favourite video games with your partner or your close friends? Popcorn and your favourite drinks can complete this out-and-out crazy kiddie night.
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Relive college night outs


Alright, so pyjama parties are not exclusively for girls. You can plan a night out with your closest buddies, order pizza and relive your college days all over again.


Coffee at midnight


Nothing can beat this one- sitting quiet by the window, with a steaming hot cup of coffee or hot chocolate, sharing sweet nothings with your beloved. There is a certain ‘feel good’ thing that goes with winter evenings and hot cup of coffee.


Watch fireworks from the balcony


Enjoy the child-like excitement that goes with watching fireworks from the balcony. At the stroke of midnight, when the world screams their hearts out, you can enjoy fiery, lit-up sky, with the cool breeze in your balcony.


Have a bake-a-thon!


How about baking your favourite cupcakes or cookies this New Year’s eve? Something special to treat your family and friends. Might sound crazy, but baking works almost like therapy! Watching the perfect cutesy cupcakes coming to life, the inviting warm sweet smell from the oven, and the joy of decorating them matches nothing else.
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Watch New Year special shows


Let’s accept it. The idiot box (no matter how silly "special" shows) can be quite entertaining on New Year’s eve. Tune in to your favourite channel and watch the grand celebrations. There can be no better option for telly addicts than this!

So there you go! These choices will not only make for a fun-filled yet peaceful New Year’s eve, but also for some lovely memories with your close ones to cherish.

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