First of all, I would like to apologize for not posting anything in a long time. But as you know it was Christmas and it is the time of year which you spend with your family and I hope you've had an amazing time. Since New Year's Eve is today I thought I would share with you some tips on how to survive it without embarrassing yourself.
Happy New Year!
#1 DON'T BRING YOUR PHONE
I'm not kidding on this one because if you know that you'll get drunk, you are probably going to send billions of messages to your ex. And I think you don't want that, am I right? I mean, send them a message now if you still like them, but don't embarrass yourself by texting while drunk.
#2 wear comfy shoes
You know how last year you couldn't get out of your bed for a week cause you wore the 'perfect', but awfully painful shoes? Well if you do remember that horrible night, don't let that happen to you again. My advice is that if the shoe doesn't fit perfectly in the store, DON'T BUY IT (or do but if you end up like last year, don't tell me I haven't warned you). And yes, I realize that you may have found a great shoe for your outfit but if it doesn't fit, it just doesn't. I know that you are fooling yourself with the 'oh I'll just wear them for a couple of days until they stretch' , but honey, believe me, they won't. Learn from my mistakes (or your own) and don't let that happen again.
#3 wear durable make up
Take some time to do your make up and don't forget to put a moisturizer before putting any make up products on, because your make up will last longer and that is pretty much your goal for tonight. Also, remember to take your make up with you so you can tidy up if anything happens.
#4 bring earplugs
These are useful if you hate the sound of fireworks but you still have to go out and see them. But don't be a party breaker and don't sit on the couch the whole evening, have fun and enjoy yourself.
This is pretty much it, so everyone I wish you a happy New Year, have a great time and let me know how it went!
Do you have any New Year resolutions that could actually happen? Let me know if you do!