By Jennifer McDougall
The end of the year has come and now is the perfect time to reflect back on all the experiences, lessons learned, and memorable moments you had throughout the year. As you begin to plan your New Year’s Eve festivities, you may be searching for a list of ideas and pondering how you will spend this special evening to welcome in a brand new year! If you are someone who is in sobriety and would prefer a mellow night away from any toxic temptations or rowdy crowds, here are 10 fun ideas to spend this New Year’s Eve sober with your friends and family.
- Enjoy a nice dinner out on the town with someone whose company you enjoy having around and is a positive influence on your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.
- Have some laughs at a local comedy show then go grab dessert and coffee before heading back home.
- Pamper yourself with a spa night in the comfort of your own home.
- Volunteer your time to serve others in your community.
- Ice skating with friends, family, or your significant other.
- Go on a 3-4 day vacation to a place you either enjoy most or a place you’ve never been before. Traveling helps broaden your horizons and open your mind up to new perspectives and ideas.
- Take an afternoon hike with friends or family members. Enjoy the fresh air and take fun photos to share on social media of your outdoor adventures.
- Meditate on your New Year’s Resolutions and consciously focus on the positive changes you wish to make in the coming year.
- Stay at home or go to a friend’s house to have a movie marathon accompanied by hot tea or sparkling cider and buttery popcorn.
- Host a game night with tasty appetizers and a few non-alcoholic beverage selections for your guests to enjoy.
Call Passages Addiction Treatment Centers today if you or a loved one is battling an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Our admissions department is available 24/7 and can be reached directly by calling our toll-free number at (888) 397-0112. We look forward to speaking with you soon.
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