As I've grown older, the idea of going out, partying, and staying out late on New Year's Eve has become less and less appealing. Luckily, I've found someone who feels the same way. But just because we're choosing to forego the glitz and glamour of a typical NYE out, it doesn't mean we aren't looking to have a good time. If you and your partner want to stay in this year, there are so many ways to have a romantic New Year's Eve at home with your partner.
"As a mom with four kids it is so rare that we go out on New Year’s Eve," Kelley Kitley, LCSW Owner Of Serendipitous Psychotherapy, LLC, tells Bustle. "But I love our time spent at home talking about our goals for the new year and reflecting on the prior year. Quality time is our love language so being able to spend time together one-on-one is a huge benefit for our marriage."
Even if your love language isn't quality time, any couple can benefit from spending more time together. There's no better time to do that than the end of one year and the beginning of a new one. So here's how you can have a romantic New Year's Eve at home: