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How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve on a Budget

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We have made another year around the sun, and it’s time to celebrate. Whether you’re toasting to your accomplishments of 2021, or you’re just glad the year is coming to an end- you deserve to celebrate without totally breaking the bank.

Here are six useful tips to welcome the New Year on a budget.

Thrift Your New Year’s Eve Glam

Scrolling the internet for the perfect party ensemble is tempting. But your local secondhand shops are teeming with snazzy outfits for your New Year’s Eve celebration. You’ll find unique pieces no one else at the party will have so you can finish the year in style. The best part? It’s affordable.

Eat out for dinner, but drink at home

Are your friends insisting on going out this New Year’s Eve? Don’t count yourself out of the good times, just make your holiday cocktails at home. Trust us, it’s worth it. Skipping the drink bill at the restaurant will save you from spending too much on your night out. So, pop that champagne cork in the comfort of your own home.

Host a pajama party

All you need are comfy clothes and snacks for the slumber party vibe this holiday. Stay home, skip the crowded club. Most importantly, skip paying the big-ticket price on your Uber or Lyft this New Years Eve.

Appetizers Only

Whatever you’re hosting this holiday, opt for an appetizer-only event to save your time and money this holiday season. Dinner parties are overrated- your guests will be impressed with an array of hor d’oeuvres. Let’s face it, you don’t want to spend your evening washing dishes anyway. Save on your grocery bill and be the host of the year.

Goal setting

Take some time to plan your 2022, visualize what you want out of the year. Set your saving goals, start your new fitness routine, or start your side hustle. Make the pans necessary for the new year to be your best year yet.

Go Camping

Are you looking for some peace and quiet to finish of the year? There are free campsites across the nation to connect you to nature.