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New year 2020

Today, 31 December 2019 is the last day of the year and also the last day of the decade. After today, we are entering into a new decade and the new year 2020.

Achievements in 2019

Have you count your achievements in 2019 yet? If no, why not? It would make you feel really good about yourself. Try it.

Start writing your new year resolution today for the new year 2020 and enjoy ticking off your list in the new year one by one once you have achieved your goal.

New Year resolution

What is your new year resolution? Don’t copy and paste from last year. Make a new list. Your list does not have to be a long one. Maybe look into adopting the blue zones lifestyle.

Maybe decide to learn a new skill in 2020. After all, learning keeps our brain active and make us feel alive.

A dream written down with a date becomes a goal. A goal broken down into steps becomes a plan. A plan backed by action makes your dreams come true. – Greg S. Reid.

Happy new year 2020 and the beginning of the new decade

People around the world would gather to celebrate the new year 2020. You would see colourful sparkly night sky and spectacular fireworks display when the clock hit midnight on 31 December 2019 to mark the beginning of the new decade and the new year.

The year 2020 is also a leap year. This means we have 366 days this year and the additional day is 29 February 2020. Leap year comes round every four year.

London, UK welcomes the new year 2020

London in the United Kingdom celebrates the new year 2020 with amazing fireworks display at one of the London iconic landmarks – the London eye. Thousands of people would gather there to count down to the new year.

The United Kingdom welcomes the new year at the same time with the following countries around the world.

  • Burkina Faso,
  • Côte d’Ivoire,
  • Denmark (Faroe Islands, Parts of Greenland),
  • Gambia,
  • Ghana,
  • Guinea,
  • Guinea-Bissau,
  • Iceland,
  • Ireland,
  • Liberia,
  • Mali,
  • Mauritania,
  • Portugal (excluding Azores),
  • São Tomé and Príncipe,
  • Spain (Canary Islands),
  • Senegal,
  • Sierra Leone,
  • Togo

Many people and media companies uploaded their new year celebrations and parties footage online. With this, you may view every country around the world celebrates their new year on YouTube.

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