51 Hashtags for New Year’s Eve

How are you going to spend your New Year’s Eve? Are you going to a party? Staying home with your family? Or enjoying a quiet evening alone? There’s no right or wrong way to bring in 2022. But if you want to draw attention to your social media posts, use hashtags for celebrating New Year’s Eve.

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  1. #NewYearsEve (Simple but effective)
  2. #NewYearsEve2022
  3. #NYE
  4. #NYE2022
  5. #TimetoSparkle
  6. #BringOn2022
  7. #Goodbye2021
  8. #Hello2022
  9. #WelcomeNewYear
  10. #Welcome2022
  11. #NewChapter
  12. #NewYear
  13. #FreshStart
  14. #Celebrate
  15. #Cheers
  16. #Midnight
  17. #BallDrop
  18. #TimesSquare
  19. #RockinNewYears
  20. #MidnightKiss
  21. #NewYearsParty
  22. #Party
  23. #PartySafe
  24. #NewYearsFood
  25. #NewYearsSnacks
  26. #Fun
  27. #Dec31
  28. #Jan1
  29. #Friends
  30. #SquadGoals
  31. #Boyfriend
  32. #InstaLove
  33. #Family
  34. #Home
  35. #NYEselfie
  36. #SelfieTime
  37. #NetflixandChill
  38. #NewYearNewMe
  39. #NewYearSameMe
  40. #NewYearsResolution
  41. #Resolutions
  42. #DreamBig
  43. #NoResolutions
  44. #Page1
  45. #Next365
  46. #Love
  47. #NewYearsProposal
  48. #Fireworks
  49. #Champagne
  50. #Hope
  51. #Peace

22 Quotes for the New Year

Are you searching for inspirational quotes for New Year’s Eve or Day for your social media platforms? A few inspiring words are a great way to kick off 2022!

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  1. “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.” – David Bowie
  2. “You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do.” – Dr. Seuss
  3. “We spend January 1 walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched.” – Ellen Goodman
  4. “An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.” — William E. Vaughan
  5. “Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” —Oprah Winfrey
  6. “The bad news is time flies. The good new is you’re the pilot” – Michael Altshuler
  7. “Celebrate endings—for they precede new beginnings.” – Johnathon Huie
  8. “Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.” —Robin Sharma
  9. “The magic in new beginnings is truly the most powerful of them all.” ―Josiyah Martin
  10. “The best is yet to come.” – Frank Sinatra
  11. “The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide you’re not going to stay where you are.” —J.P. Morgan
  12. “New year—a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story? Ultimately, we write it. The choice is ours.” —Alex Morritt
  13. “The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written.” —Melody Beattie
  14. “Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go. They merely determine where you start.” —Nido Qubein
  15. “New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday.” —Charles Lamb
  16. “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S. Lewis
  17. “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” – Edith Lovejoy Pierce
  18. “What the new year brings to you will depend a great deal on what you bring to the new year.” —Vern McLellan
  19. “Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true.” —Alfred Lord Tennyson
  20. “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice.” T.S. Eliot
  21. “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” —Socrates
  22. “Don’t make plans. Make options.” —Jennifer Aniston

Happy New Year!

2018: The Year to Make Memories

Do you want to start a new tradition for yourself, your family, or your furbabies? Consider creating a memory box. Living in a digital age, small moments often get lost in the technological universe. Keeping a record of memorable days does not require attending large social affairs or ultimate road trips. Even though, both would be an excellent addition. Taking time to record simple, daily events may be the most memorable moments of the year.

The Memory Box

The memory box can be an old shoe box, a popcorn tin from the holidays, or a plastic basket from your local dollar store. You just need to create a space to store your memories. Get creative, decorate the box. If you have young children, consider making the box an afternoon project.

Feel free to create a unique, one of kind memory box for you or your family to enjoy.

What to Put in the Memory Box?

Keep in mind, there is not a specific guideline on what to put in your memory box. Creating a tangible storage space away from your digital devices is one reason for creating a memory box. Having fun is another reason.

1. Every Day Moments

Every day should be a celebration. Your child takes his or her first steps. Your son finally mastered Algebra. Your daughter got the lead in the school play. Or you received recognition for a project at work. Small moments go by quickly. Use index cards, notecards or scraps of paper to write about the daily event. Encourage children to participate. Even if they just draw small pictures, the notecard can be part of the box.

2. Ask Questions

Asking questions is another way to encourage your children to participate. At the same times, you are opening lines of communication. Questions to ask may include:

  • What was your favorite part of school today?
  • What do you want to do when you grow up?
  • What did you eat at lunch?
  • Did anything funny happen in school or practice?

Just keep an open mind, when you find out your son laughed and milk came out of his nose. And, he instantly became a lunchtime sensation.

3. Postcards

 Going on day trips, field trips, family vacations or even a trip to your local grocery store, you will see postcards for sale. Postcards are an inexpensive resource for making memories. Picking up a few postcards or allowing your child select a favorite, allows you to record your visit with a picture. Ask your child to tell you the favorite part of the trip. Jotting down a couple lines on the back of postcard provides an instant keepsake.

4. Other Memorabilia

When you begin adding items to your memory box, you will soon learn in the world of technological devices, a paper trail still exists.

  • Movie tickets stubs
  • Concert tickets
  • Program brochures
  • Schedule of events guides
  • Menus
  • Fortune cookie inserts

The list is endless. By keeping the small items, you can jot notes in the margins. Or add a notecard later describing the experience.

What Next?

What do you do when the year comes to a close? Open the box, review your memories, place them in a scrapbook, or create time capsules to view down the road. The small effort you make to today to add little notes will leave a larger impact later when you read the memories.





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