In 2015, New Year's Eve can be an ultra-efficient, mobile-driven experience. With social networking, ecommerce, crowdsourced service, and lifestyle-enhancing mobile apps, today's NYE can be seamlessly assembled at the swipe of a screen.
I'm all about holidays and parties that pertain to holidays. Halloween? Love it. I'll drive all over town in search of a red trenchcoat so that I can be Carmen San Diego. Thanksgiving? Give me all of your stuffing and no one gets hurt. But New Year's Eve? Yeah, I'm not buying what you're selling.
Let's face it, most of us are not planning a night out on the town for New Year's Eve. Instead, we will be dressed in our pajamas while we stay home with our kids, up way past their bedtimes. That's why I've compiled a few tips to having a fun celebration at home as a family.
Though he would never tell you exactly how to party, Andrew W.K. was kind enough to share his very professional opinion on what people can do wherever they are, to maximize every element of their night. Here they are, in all their glory.