What are your plans for New Year’s Eve? If your answer involves something like “Wait for the ball drop in Times Square along with millions of my closest friends” or “Party hearty until noon on New Year’s Day,” then move on. This article is not for you.
If, however, your plans sound something like “Stay inside and don’t move until next year,” or you have an in-home massage on your mind, then welcome to the Introvert’s Guide to New Year’s Eve.
New Year’s Eve isn’t the time to see restaurants at their best. Not only are restaurants crowded, but special New Year’s Eve menus are notoriously bad value. Instead, consider gathering your own New Year’s Eve feast from convenient on-demand and delivery services like Munchery, Instacart, and delivery.com, like a good introvert.
Have your own toast at midnight, perhaps with your special someone. No need to wade through the crowds to get to the liquor store or supermarket – a multitude of great on-demand delivery services like Thirstie, Drizly, and Minibar are standing by to send a few bottles of champs right to your doorstep.
Plan an in-home massage!
Relax, unwind and soothe your jangled nerves on New Year’s Eve with a in-home massage booked on Zeel – massage therapists will come straight your home, and you can book on Android, iPhone, or zeel.com, so there’s no need to leave your haven and brave the mean streets. Welcome 2018 in relaxed bliss.
New Year’s Eve is a great time to catch up on those shows you’ve been meeting to watch. No Netflix? You get a free month trial – plenty of time time to catch up on The Defenders or Strangers Things 2. Or just revel in the annual Twilight Zone marathon.
Marcy is the SVP of People and Communications at Zeel. In addition to overseeing the humans of Zeel, Marcy has written about workplace topics for more than 20 years both at Zeel and as VP of Content for Vault.com, a career information web site and publisher.