Top tips for New Year’s Eve. Optimism, Glamour and New Ideas

Top tips for New Year’s Eve. Optimism, Glamour and New Ideas
Isabel del Rio

Tonight, you should have fun and start the year with optimism, Yareah friends. Here, top tips for New Year’s Eve. Optimism, glamour and new ideas. Because our religion is called Art.


Happy New Year. Photo attribution Anush Wijesinha

Before the party starts, make a review of the year, but with optimism. For sure there were many good things, events and fantastic people. Remember that this is the time to forget the negativity… It’s over! Because year 2013 is old and tired.

Write ten things you did well during 2013 and other ten you can achieve next year. You are a fantastic person and happiness is possible if you look for it. Then, be brave!

Afterwards, do not forget to congratulate the year to the people you love. Nobody is completely alone and we can always find someone to help us in future problems and join us in the good times.

We know that black dresses are elegant and glamorous but better dress in orange (the color of life), red (love) or pink or mauve (initiation to spirituality). If you are a man, wear a tie with these colors tonight.

Now, it’s the moment of… Dance, laugh and drink! A big smile to our silver Moon.

Happy New Year 2014! Because you rock!

Remember Yareah motto: Art is everywhere and up to you!

Four fantastic quotes to think about:

“Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.” Mark Twain.

“Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.” Helen Keller.

“Character is the ability to carry out a good resolution long after the excitement of the moment has passed.” Cavett Robert.

“My New Year’s resolution is to stick to a good workout plan that will keep me healthy and happy.” James Lafferty.

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