On the to-do list this week: 2020 is almost — actually, really, truly — over. And we have everything you need to see this year out: Parties, punch, and a bunch of virtual ball drops to mark the moment of midnight. Oh, and we also have a compelling argument for why you should skip making a resolution this year. To a better 2021, everyone.
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So, New Year’s — like everything else — is different this year. No fireworks over the Delaware, no Mummers parade. But all is not lost. Our New Year’s Eve Guide has everything you need for a sparkly way to end this not-so-sparkly year.
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Thinking about a resolution? Maybe skip it. Elizabeth Wellington has some compelling reasons why resolutions just set us up to fail, especially this year.
If you feel infused with a burst of New Year energy, what can you actually do on January 1? Here’s what’s open in the Philly region:
We’ve been answering questions about COVID-19 for 10 months now, questions like When do I replace my face mask?, Can I get the flu and the coronavirus at the same time? and How can I wear a mask and not fog up my glasses?