Although New Year’s Eve will look a bit different this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a great time! There are a bunch of ways to celebrate and finally bid farewell to 2020. It’s time to get creative and throw a party for your household. Or turn on the tv and stay in your pjs all night long.
Here are ways you can celebrate New Year’s Eve this year.
Dress Up… Or Don’t
Typically you may have dressed up for NYE in the past, so who says that has to change this year? Throw on your favourite dress or suit and tie and get to it. Create a fun photo opp right in your home. If you’re not feeling the glitz and glam, then put on your sweats and stay comfy.
Check Out Christmas Lights
If you’re looking to get some fresh air, then check out all of the Christmas light set-ups happening in Toronto and the GTA this year. It will definitely brighten your mood to see all of the glistening decorations.
Support Businesses & Order Food
It’s always a great time to support your local businesses, so take a night off from cooking and order a delicious meal. The Food Dudes has actually created a Dinner Party package which is a three-course feast and includes florals, candles, and a custom Spotify playlist. If you’re interested in the box, it must be order at least 48 hours in advance.
Watch Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest
Although the famous in-person event has been cancelled this year, Ryan Seacrest will still be celebrating the day with a ton of celebrity guests. Be sure to tune in!
Host A Video Call
Grab all of your friends and loved ones on a video call to celebrate the night. It’s always best when everyone’s together, and with a virtual call, you can be! Even get everyone to mix up a festive cocktail to get into the spirit.
Kick Back & Relax
If you rather have a quiet NYE, then that’s cool too. Put on your favourite movies and just relax, you deserve it! Make some popcorn, lather on a mud mask, and really give yourself some TLC.
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