Personal Injury Attorney | The DOs of New Year’s
Personal Injury Attorney | New Year’s Eve can end up one of two ways: It can be incredibly fun, or it can end in disaster. It all depends on the choices you make before and during the evening. To ensure that you make the right choices and end the current year on a good note, follow this guide of New Year’s Eve dos and don’ts.
DO: Drink Cider Instead Of Champagne
Getting drunk on New Year’s Eve is a definite don’t, so in order to avoid the temptation, drink something nonalcoholic like hot apple cider or even water. Alcoholic drinks that use vodka, rum and whiskey are typically fatty and full of calories, so it’s best to avoid them if you want to stick to your New Year’s diet. Even the fun drinks like spiked eggnog, buttered rum and Irish coffee are full of fat and calories so don’t indulge in them either.
DO: Babysit Your Drink
No matter what you decide to drink, make sure you keep a watchful eye on your beverage. When you’re in a large crowd, that makes it easy for someone to quickly slip something in your drink without you noticing. Always keep your drink in your hand and out of reaching distance of other people. If you must set your drink down for any reason, make sure you get a new one – don’t drink out of that same cup again.
DO: Have A Chauffeur
Driving drunk is another New Year’s don’t, so make sure you have a designated driver should you decide to drink. If you can’t find a designated driver, plan on carpooling with some friends or take public transportation if you have to. New Year’s Day is the deadliest day for pedestrians due to the number of drunk walkers and drunk drivers on the streets, so do yourself a favor and plan ahead.
DO: Bundle Up
Chances are your New Year’s event will be outdoors and chances are it’ll be cold on New Year’s Eve. Make sure you wear plenty of layers, but don’t overdress either. If you peel away a layer of clothes during the event, you may not be able to find it again unless you leave it in a very safe spot.
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