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#1 Posted : Friday, November 25, 2022 5:24:48 PM(UTC)

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Happy New Year! Ever wondered why January starts the new year? Find out all about New Year’s Day, popular customs, and how we celebrate the beginning of a new year in the United States and Canada.
Rituals Observed on New Year's Eve

Most people celebrate the new year on New Year's Eve, the night before New Year's Day. People may attend parties to mark the passing of time or tune in to a televised countdown as the final hours tick away. At the stroke of midnight, people traditionally greet one another with congratulatory hugs and kisses and the phrase "Happy New Year!"
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Hogmanay, or New Year's Eve Day, is celebrated with a number of traditions, one of which is first-footing. Tradition has it that whoever's first foot crosses a threshold after the stroke of midnight knows what the coming year will bring. Modern New Year's Eve traditions often include paying a visit to loved ones after the clock strikes midnight. Visit our page on International New Year's Celebrations for more.

The Scottish song "Auld Lang Syne" is commonly sung at midnight on December 31st. The two original verses, widely known and recited at New Year's Eve parties, are attributed to Robert Burns.

Celebrating the New Year
In many cultures, it is traditional to set goals for the coming year on January 1. The blank spaces on a new calendar inspire us to set lofty goals for ourselves and our homes. You can face the future with some advice on how to make effective New Year's resolutions.

Some foods are eaten on New Year's Eve because they are thought to bring good fortune in the coming year. Good Luck Hoppin' John is a traditional dish from the American South. Hogmanay Shortbread is a Scottish holiday treat.
#2 Posted : Monday, December 19, 2022 1:51:34 PM(UTC)

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Let's start with the fact that the New Year is a time to reflect on your accomplishments and all the excellent things you've done. Making a memory board is one of the coolest things to do on your own this New Year's Eve.
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