15 Awesome Things to Do on New Year's Day to Get 2020 Started Right


Awesome Things to Do on New Year's Day to Get 2020 Started Right
It’s the first day of a new year! You know what they say: How you start off your January 1 sets the tone for the rest of the year. And 2020 is a year that’s going to be full of possibilities! Make sure you kick things off properly with one of these fun things to do on New Year’s Day.
Some might want to start attacking their goals head-on and begin with an all-day cleaning and organizing session. Others might need a bit of a breather after the revelry of the night before, so file the streaming marathon or book-reading under “self-care.” If you want to get up and about, you might check out a parade or a fun run. And for others, it’s all about the food, starting with brunch and going all the way to a lucky New Year’s Day dinner (Did you buy your pomegranates?). No matter how you want to start 2020, open to a blank page in your crisp, new daily planner and pencil in one of these New Year’s Day activities. After all, it’s the first day you can prove you’ll keep your New Year’s resolution.

Host Brunch
new years day brunch
Begin the year surround by family, friends — and lots of carbs. Or eggs. And coffee. Your plan to eat healthier in 2020 can wait until after breakfast, right?
Bullet Journal
Start a Bullet Journal
You’ve got big plans for this year. Keep track of them in a bullet journal, and feel a sense of satisfaction every time you cross something off your list.
Do a Deep Clean
Messy Closet
If you didn’t KonMari your house before the holidays in anticipation of getting a bunch of new Christmas presents, you’re probably sitting on mounds of stuff that need to be organized, sorted, and cleaned. Tackle one area of the house starting on Day One. And, if it looks completely insurmountable, you can call in reinforcements via Amazon’s deep-cleaning service.
Get a Jump on Post-Holiday Sales
things to do on new year's day
There are bargains to be had this year in after-Christmas sales, and we all know what they say about the early bird. Waste no time depleting those holiday gift cards! Afterwards, make someone else do the cooking and go out to eat at one of these restaurants, which all have holiday hours.

Credit: goodhousekeeping.com

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