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The beginning of a complete New Year to most of us around the world is the 1st of January, but of course in China they also celebrate the New Year throughout February. For example, this year it is on the 8th February 2016 and last year it was 19th February 2015!

So what does this mean for the majority of us?

A lot of people follow on the tradition to set themselves new long and short term goals for the New Year; this is commonly known as New Year’s resolution! Have you thought about what you’re going to change this year to make it a better year than last time? There is a saying that insanity means to do the same thing over and over again and expecting a change to occur. From the moment this became clear in my head I have implanted it into my life and it has influenced me to join in this New Year and create my own New Year’s resolution; hoping for a positive change of course!

New Year’s day is certainly one that you should celebrate with your loved ones and friends. Making the first day of the year a positive day is important to the rest of the year. So if you are in doubt about going all out this year, make sure you don’t because for all we know it could have a serious effect on how the rest of the year plays out! Starting off with the comically known 12 o’clock kiss that is celebrated in some parts of the world! *Wink Wink*

Talking about other parts of the world, it has recently come to my attention that there is an increase of flights going around in the dates closest to Christmas and New Years. These are your normal flights to visit family and friends in your home country or people generally flying out to spend Christmas and/or New Year’s Day abroad. I like to think that most of these flights derive from people travelling to new countries to experience this festive season under different cultures and traditions.

Once again, GoLocalise love to end their Blog post on a positive note, So we would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year!