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How to Celebrate New Year's Eve by Yourself

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The end of 2011 can be a lonely time for some, especially when you have left your party opportunities to the last minute. In this instance you might consider spending the New Year on your own and may find some of these tips useful. This is how to raise the roof and discover that being in your own company can be a good thing on a major celebration night like this.

Firstly, set the mood. Even if it's just blowing up a couple balloons or scattering streamers across your house; any party decoration is necessary in your personal celebration.

Remember this is your 2012 bash, so spend some of your time putting together a CD of your favourite songs, even if most of the tracks on there are the most embarrassing ones you keep only to yourself. Crank up the music, no one else is there. Enjoy it, dance the most ridiculous way you can.

Food is probably the most important thing you can have with this celebration. It only a minor thing, but it has a major impact on how you spend your night. Brake out some of those chocolates hidden at the back of your pantry and fill a bowl up with chips.

If you happen to feel a bit lonely at any moment of the night, there are always a few television programs featuring live bands and an entire show counting down the hours, minutes and final moments of 2011.

Also, be obligated and treat your individually with a few extra shots and tequila. You're in your own house; no one cares if you get drunk off your ass and jump into the swimming pool with your clothes on. You're in your own personal space, your house your rules.

So why not celebrate the New Year in style by staying at home and living it loud on your own. Dare to discover how much fun it is. Indulge in your personal celebration and see how much fun you have by not even attempting to step outside of your house.
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Why? To discover how much fun it is to celebrate New Year's by yourself
When: 31st December 2011 (New Year's Eve)
Where: Your house
Cost: Depends how much fun you want to have
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