Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Home

Meritnation|Dec 31st, 2019 05:04pm

Final exams are just around the corner and so is the New Year 2020! We know that you must be busy with revisions, but there’s no harm in celebrating a little. It will not only be fun but will also help you divert your mind from the study-stress. Remember, your best shot at effectively remembering all that you have studied, is when you are relaxed. 

So, get ready for the coming year! The following are some smart ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve, that are not very time-consuming.

Movie-time – A nice movie along with some popcorn is a great idea to spend quality time with your family. You can pick a comedy movie for some light entertainment. But make sure to not binge watch!

Family dinner – What could be better than steaming hot delicious food with your loved ones. You can even help your mom in the kitchen or, bake a cake for everyone!
The dinner table is the best place to tell stories. Share instances about your school, teachers, friends, etc. It will help freshen up and you will start with a stress-free mind the next day.

Make a digital memory board – Gather all your photographs of the beautiful memorable moments of 2019 and make a digital collage with captions explaining the same.

Plan a treasure hunt – Do a treasure hunt around the house by putting clues under the couch, chair or tables. Whoever finds the treasure first, gets to dare anyone to do something!

Have a family game night – Bring out board games, card games, and electronic games, and even group video games to play as you wait for the clock to strike midnight. You could make up game tournaments, and reward the winners.

Karaoke – If you have speakers, a microphone, and a computer, this is just the activity to have a fun New Year’s Eve. Whether you jam out to some popular chartbusters, karaoke is a great idea to make the night special.

Do you have better ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve at home? Share with us in the comment section below.
Happy New Year!
Team Meritnation


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