There are only a few days left in a challenging year, and your New Year’s Eve plans are likely to be in the works or already in place. — The Recover wants to give their advice on how to Celebrate the end of 2020 sober!
The COVID 19 pandemic has led many people to increase their alcohol and drug use to cope with quarantine, unemployment, and insecurity. There are still many ways to end 2020. But some of you may struggle with alcohol or just want to start with a clear head.
But celebrating at home with someone you trust can avoid the triggers that make it challenging to be as safe from the virus as possible. If you are used to drinking at festive occasions, ringing in the New Year with alcohol and COVID 19, it can be not easy. However, if you are drinking at a party, you may be drinking more than at other times of the year. This means no holiday traffic, no awkward conversations with strangers, and no video chat with relatives, but a quiet night at home with friends and family.
Enjoy decadent treats (sweet or savory or not), fill the table with fun board games, or find a fun, competitive video game. It’s also a bit easier not to drink if you don’t get your hands on it, but remember to change channels before the ball drops at midnight. If you don’t drink at the turn of the year, you have until 2020, so enjoy it.
Tips For New Years of 2021
New Year’s safety tips to help you ring in 2021 safely and in all the conditions you choose. Start your day at a particular time on New Year’s Eve and mark the stroke with midnight. If you live in an area where the clock strikes midnight at the exact time the ball drops, you can pop confetti, throw streamers and start a silly string war.
Remember that some people can control their alcohol consumption, but this can be a struggle for others. If you think you or someone you love needs help with alcohol, call The Recover Hotline and we’ll be there to help anyone in need.
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