Hello, New Year 2014!

In Russia we believe the way you celebrate New Year’s Eve, that way the whole next year will be. It’s not literally that what you ended up doing on NYE will happen to you all year round. But your emotional state what is important.

Share this moment with your friends and family. Make yourself feel grateful for them in your life. So feel happy! Because You are the ONLY one who will make you feel that way! No one else can and it’s easy to feel otherwise.

We all look back to see what we have accomplished at the end of the passing year -make sure to think of the good times, nice people you’ve met, achieved goals, some new exciting experiences you’ve discovered. That for sure will set you in a right mood for celebrating New Year and for its good start, with new hopes and dreams, plans and goals, expectations of something magical!

Here is where we celebrated this NYE, at the Station with “Great Gatsby” theme for the party:

we had to print tickets, two full pages #hate wasting
we had to print tickets, two full pages
#hate wasting
5pm-5am free bus service  #welovevancouver
5pm-5am free bus service

I have celebrated New Year’s Eve three times within 16 hours:

  • with my relatives, my Mama and my Vasya through Skype at 7 am in the morning,

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  • then congratulated my roommate with NYE in UK over text messages in the afternoon
  • and finally celebrated NYE at “The Station” with friends in Vancouver.

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Happy New 2014, the year of a Blue Wooden Horse! Happy New beginnings! xxo