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Best way to ring in the New Year—staying at home or partying it up?

For those who love celebrating the New Year, there are two schools of thought. Some love donning a sparkly outfit and going out to party with the masses until brunch the next day (that's what Bloody Marys are for, right?). Others look forward to cuddling up in their PJs and watching the ball drop from home. All you need is a glass of wine, fuzzy socks, and Ryan Seacrest to keep you company. What's the best way to ring in the New Year?

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It's entirely possible to love New Year's Eve and also hate crowds. Staying home for New Year's and treating yourself is the perfect solution. Whether you invite some fellow homebodies or go solo, New Year's Eve is a night to slip into your favorite PJs, build a fire, pour yourself a personal glass of champagne and turn on Netflix. 
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Who could possibly miss an opportunity to go out, *and* dress up?

New Year's Eve is everyone's chance to don a gala-like outfit and party like 2018 never even happened. December 31st means you can let your hair down, knock back champagne (or whatever else) and let all inhibitions go. New Year's resolutions start tomorrow!

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Who wants to deal with the stress and expectations of having a great New Year's night? Staying at home gives you control. Everyone knows New Year's Eve is the worst night to go out; it's expensive, crowded and cold. As Bustle's Chrissa Hardy puts it:

Magical and unforgettable events will most likely not go down just as the ball is dropping. The party you attend will be meh, and at best, decent. This isn't the movies, y'all.

Order Chipotle, crack that bottle of wine and enjoy.

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Embrace the crowd—this is the world's holiday! In some cultures, New Year's Eve is just a much time to celebrate with family as much as Thanksgiving is in America.

There's no reason to be sitting at home while fireworks and lanterns light up the sky across the globe. The world collectively dances, sings, and celebrates as the clock strikes midnight—and you should too!

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Best way to ring in the New Year—staying at home or partying it up?
A festive crown for the winner
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