Happy New Year from Stop Restoration Albuquerque

Every December 31st, at Midnight, people around the world celebrate New Year’s Eve. It's a day that people say goodbye to the old and welcome in a new one. There are many reasons this night is among the biggest celebrations of the year. It’s not just the time of the year where people are celebrating. Lots of people see New Year's Eve as a significant change in their life. It's a time to reflect on the year gone by, and to learn new lessons. It can give you a sense of fresh start for 2022 - it may be an excellent opportunity for you to take more chances.

Reflecting back on your past year can be a difficult process. But with the calendar changing to 2022, it may help you feel relieved that this year is finally coming to an end. You can also view New Year’s as a chance to forgive any errors from the last year and start new habits in 2022! We all make New Year's resolutions, but only 8% of people succeed. Instead of making resolutions that will be hard to keep and then forgetting about them, it's better to set three or four goals and break them down into small, manageable steps.

With the New Year on the horizon and many cities around the world go all-out to celebrate it. You can see fireworks, concerts, countdown or ball drops on some of the best cities to celebrate Night of Nights including New York City, Sydney, Bangkok and Dubai. Spain's tradition of eating 12 grapes during midnight on December 31st symbolizes the hope for a prosperous new year. A popular way to represent something coming full circle is with something that is circular in shape, like 12 grapes at midnight or examples like, "The New Year comes full circle." As the year draws to a close it's always good to take some time to reflect on what has gone well. We've had an amazing year and would like to thank you for your support! Thank you to our partners in insurance, plumbing, maintenance and property management for their support throughout the year. Here's wishing you all a Happy New Year!