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Can you believe that it's almost 2022? Your New Year's resolutions might look a little different this year due to gyms and schools closing down across the country, but that doesn't mean you can't improve your life from home.

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As 2019 comes to a close, we're all reminiscing on the good, the bad, and the ugly that we went through this year — 2020 is gonna be our year, and we're ready to ring it in right with an all-new tradition for New Year's in Tampa.

After years of watching a glittering disco ball drop into the city as your maker for the new year, Tampa will change things up with an event that they're calling The New Yarrgh's Eve Booty Drop.

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It should come as no surprise that people are still huge fans of Tim Burton's iconic Beetlejuice. Whether you grew up watching the movie or just recently saw it for the first time, becoming a fan is inevitable, especially when Michael Keaton is killing the role. This month, a Beetlejuice celebration in Austin is taking place and inviting fans from all over to come out and party in preparation for the New Year.

One Big Dark Room: A Beetlejuice Celebration is being held on Saturday, December 28 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

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There's still several days until Christmas, but it's never too early to start getting into the holiday spirit.

53 days from now, one Ontario town is will bring back it's annual celebration that involves an epic presentation of thousands of lights throughout its downtown core.

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We're a month into 2017, and it already seems less crazy than 2016. Sorry, I vow to never bring up 2016 again.

By now, you've probably slaughtered your New Year's resolutions or you've completely given up. If it's the first option, that's amazing. Whether you've made it to the gym every single day or you've gone once, that's still improvement. We seem to get caught up in the term New Year's resolutions and think if we messed up, then we have to wait another year. That's not true at all, or else no one would be where they want to be.

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