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New Year’s Eve

For lots of mums, pre-kids New Year’s Eve traditions included lots of champagne and not a lot of shut-eye. But just because you now have little ones, doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. Sometimes the best fun can be had from the comfort of your own home. Invite some friends or family over, put the kids to bed early and spruce up the house with glittery decorations and balloons. We’ve curated a fun New Year’s Eve Playlist for you to listen to and we’ve got some easy food ideas, too. Nothing says “hello New Year” like a bottle of bubbly and nibbles.

Champagne bottle with glitter

The ultimate New Year’s Eve party playlist

New Year’s Eve Party Ideas

Turn up the music, pop some treats in the oven and decorate the house. It’s been a big year and you deserve it.

Here are some ideas for a lovely, cosy New Year’s Eve

Before the kids go to bed, let them in on the fun with some great activities. We’ve got some lovely indoor ones so you don’t have to face the winter chill.

Bake a New Year’s Eve cake! We’ve got a bunch of recipe ideas. Cover it in fresh flowers and light some candles – making it special is a great way to close the year.

Spruce up your home! There’s nothing quite like a tidy space. You’ll start the year on a fresh note and wake up on the 1st feeling thankful for the effort you put in. Mrs Hinch style cleaning has taken off this year – here are some tips and tricks. 

Even if you’re not heading out, doing your makeup can make it feel like an extra-special occasion. Give yourself a little bit of you time by watching one of these tutorials. 

Whip up some serious comfort food. Slow cooker meals, toasties, mac and cheese, creamy fettucine… indulge in winter’s best with some of our great comfort food recipes. 

And finally, don’t forget to put your feet up and pour yourself a drink. You deserve it.

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