1001 Writing Prompt About New Years

1001 Writing Prompt About New Years

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The start of the year is a very magical moment, as it signifies change and the beginning of something new. This makes it the best time to assess and reflect on the stories you have written the previous year, and brainstorm and plan what kind of stories you want to create in the future. 

Below are writing prompts that are perfect for the new year. Whether you are an aspiring writer looking for new ideas or an author stuck in a bad writer’s rut, you may use them as a source of inspiration, so that you may achieve your writing resolutions this year.

  • New Year’s resolutions – what are you going to do this year?
  • How would you like to spend New Year’s Eve?
  • You received a card for the New Year’s Time Capsule, what is your entry?
  • New Year’s Day and in celebration something crazy happens.
  • What do you hope will happen in this year?
  • What will you never forget about this past year? What was your worst decision made this year?
  • Some words of wisdom for a friend regarding the New Year?
  • The worst way to ring in the new year is to…
  • If you could change one thing about 2017, what would it be?
  • Make a toast to New Year’s Eve
  • It is New Year’s Eve and something crazy is about to happen.
  • What would you like to accomplish this year?
  • A time capsule is discovered depicting this year in review for the next generation.
  • New Year’s resolutions
  • What should you be doing right now?
  • People have various points of view on this new year’s eve.
  • A magnificent New Year’s display…
  • You just got back from the New Year’s Party and boy are you tired.
  • It’s fifty years from now, New Year’s Eve. What does it look like?
  • In one word, what would you describe your last year?
  • You have to explain New Year’s to someone that has never experienced it before.
  • What will the future look like 10 years from now?
  • Every new year increases the chances of…
  • It is the last New Year’s of the century. What plans do you have?
  • What did you tell yourself when 2015 began?
  • Instead of new year’s resolutions why not make new year’s expectations?
  • For those celebrating New Year’s Eve…
  • You invited a certain someone to a New Year’s party. They didn’t show, and a few hours ago you found out why…
  • How will you celebrate the beginning of 2017?
  • How do you plan on ringing in the New Year?
  • You have an unidentified ringing in your ear.
  • What are your New Year’s resolutions?
  • What do you remember about the previous year?
  • How will you be spending New Year’s Eve?
  • What is the best midnight kiss you have ever received?
  • Are there any traditions you’d like to see more of in your new year?
  • This year is going to change me for the better
  • No trap here, just an overhyped desire for improvement.
  • You aren’t crazy about New Year’s parties, but everyone says this one will be the best time of all.
  • It is New Years Eve and you don’t have any plans.
  • Describe your ideal New Year’s celebration.
  • What will this new year bring?
  • A young woman contemplates her future so far before…
  • This year’s milestone What is something you look forward to?
  • What do you want to happen this year?
  • What do you do on New Year’s Eve?
  • What will be different, the same, or perhaps both in 2012?
  • What is something from your past that you plan to hold onto for another year?
  • Look for more next year…
  • Out of all the cups you raised in a toast to the New Year, which one would you say you are destined to fill?
  • How did we get here?
  • Happy New Year!
  • What will you be this New Year’s Eve?
  • What is your most memorable New Years moment?
  • After a long night at a New Year’s party, someone discovers that you can do anything.
  • What does falling in love feel like?
  • What are your resolutions? Which one or two will be the most difficult for you to keep?
  • On the day of the first snow, someone did something amazing.
  • What do you see coming into your life in this new year?
  • Where is the best place to be on New Year’s Eve?
  • You anticipate ringing in the New Year with your loved one.
  • At the stroke of midnight, you will finally get your one wish.
  • Call on the spirits.
  • A look back on another fantastic year of blogging.
  • Wrapping it up…
  • Set out a candle, mead, and reading material.
  • You’re awaiting a gate to open. It’s been twelve hours…
  • Write about an object that you keep.
  • It’s midnight and time for a kiss…who do you kiss?
  • Why are New Year’s resolutions so important?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution going to be?
  • 3. Keep Track Of Your Ideas
  • An accident occurred this year …
  • The year is almost over and everything is unraveling.
  • Imagine how you’d feel if this was your first New Year’s
  • What does the New Year mean to you?
  • The year got away from you. What won’t happen this year.
  • A new year is the perfect time to write about a journey.
  • What will you do to ring in the new year in a memorable way?
  • Your friends are partying it up at a New Year’s party and you want to join.
  • What is burning in someone’s heart and mind as the clock strikes midnight? Write a scene about it.
  • What was your greatest accomplishment this year?
  • There are two sides to every person , what is your shadow side planning to do this holiday season?
  • Something just went terribly wrong.
  • What does it mean to be new?
  • I wish you happiness, health and…
  • You come upon a group of people who are kidnapped and blindfolded in a basement. Now it’s you to save them all.
  • We hope the list helps you write a New Year’s story you will never forget!
  • What is one thing you wanted from the previous year?
  • What does your New Year’s self look like?
  • Are you looking forward to the new year, or dreading the old one ending?
  • You’ve made a new year’s resolution you know you can keep.
  • It is New Year’s Day and you wake up in a stranger’s body.
  • You have the chance to travel back in time for NYE. What year would you choose and why – provide some background about the year you chose if you can.
  • What are you expecting from the New Year?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • Change is in the air. This year, you have to navigate through a maze of change and figure out what to do next. What will happen to you? Write about it!
  • What is the resolution you will never keep?
  • It has been a tough/great year.
  • Set a goal to achieve in the new year.
  • You are not prepared for what is going to fill the news when you turn on the television…
  • What is one resolution that you have made this New Year and why do you think it is important?
  • Goals for this New Year’s are…?
  • It is the last day of the year and you’re…
  • Even the sound of the year changing is…
  • It is the end of the year and you have accomplished a great deal.
  • What part of New Year’s resolutions are you going to keep?
  • Go to your liquor store and buy a bottle of something.
  • What will you be looking toward tomorrow?
  • 2019 starts winter and your story starts now
  • How will New Year’s change things?
  • What will this new year bring?
  • What are you most looking forward to in 2017?
  • Your first task of a new year is…
  • The year hasn’t even started and it’s already the worst year ever.
  • What will you be saying anything during the New Year’s countdown?
  • Discuss what would happen if the year was twice as long as it had been before.
  • What will you tell your kids when they ask you the story of New Year’s Eve when they grow up?
  • What did you do last New Year’s?
  • New Year’s Day is like…
  • There is a superpower that only 1% of the population has.
  • In 300 words or less, what was the best moment of the past year for you?
  • What will the next year bring you?
  • What’s the worst thing you can say at a New Year’s party?
  • A child writes a letter to their future self.
  • You find yourself stranded in a snowstorm on New Years Eve. The sheriff comes by around 5pm to inform you that you’ll have to spend the night. What happens next?
  • Happy New Year!
  • They said it couldn’t be done. They were wrong. Someone/something did something/succeeded at something.
  • What did you do when the clock struck midnight?
  • It’s New Year’s Eve and you need to let go of something.
  • How do you tradition in your writing?
  • What did you expect this year to be like?
  • The Year of the Snake is upon us. What will you do to bring the most abundance into your life?
  • Did Santa mess up your Christmas?
  • You find a box in the attic. Curiosity is getting the better of you and you just have to look inside.
  • You finally make a New Year’s resolution you can stick with.
  • What is your favourite part of New Year’s celebrations? It is New Year’s Eve and something crazy is about to happen. You’re at a New Year’s party and something isn’t right. This year will be…? What is the best way to ring in a new year?
  • Why do we celebrate New Year’s?
  • You wait at the end of the year for a certain person, but they don’t show up. How do you spend New Year’s Eve?
  • What do you think you will be most grateful for this coming year?
  • You’ve read your last Newspaper of the year and set it aside.
  • Your biggest piece of New Year’s advice
  • Which Tradition from your religion do you follow?
  • What tradition should not be forgotten?
  • What would you like to leave behind?
  • What do you think of the New Year Crystals trend?
  • Your personal resolutions for the new year.
  • The worst way to ring in the new year is…
  • What does being married have to do with your new year’s resolution?
  • Imagine there is another person who was born the same day as you.  What would the relationship be like?
  • What will you do if you are forced to experience New Year’s Day alone?
  • A year ago was…
  • Be sure to have your students use their newly-found craftiness to brainstorm ideas for writing!
  • New Year’s Eve is your last night on earth.
  • Make a resolution to change things.
  • Describe a car accident you were in during the New Years Eve.
  • Are babies born at midnight of the new year or later?
  • Your character receives a letter on New Year’s Eve. What does the letter say?
  • What is your ambition for this year’s new year?
  • As the ball drops, what are your resolutions?
  • The year is almost over and you haven’t achieved anything you set out to do this year. What do you do?
  • What are your plans for this New Year’s Eve?
  • What are your New Year’s resolutions?
  • Make a list of New Year’s ideas.
  • On New Year’s day, I…
  • What is your first New Year’s memory?
  • How did you spend New Year’s Eve?
  • You have gathered around a campfire with a group of friends to make a New Year’s wish.
  • Your New Year’s resolution surprises everyone around you.
  • New Year, New Me… how about you?
  • What would New Year’s look like if it lasted 365 days?
  • It’s New Years Day and your friends are a mess because of something that happened.
  • What do you look forward to tomorrow?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • If you could sum up this year in one word, what would it be?
  • Write an add-on to a present character’s life.
  • What will you do this upcoming year?
  • The New Year starts with the biggest adventure so far.
  • Ending the year with a bang
  • Happy New Year!
  • It is New Year’s Day. How are you celebrating the start of the year?
  • The past is a thing of the past, this is a new year.
  • Something bad is about to happen… It’s New Year’s.
  • You want 2018 to be different but it isn’t.
  • What do you want this year to be like?
  • There is a post-apocalyptic world. Would you Rather be the leader or a survivor?
  • Every new year has to start somewhere.
  • Why can’t you write one of these New Years Writing Prompt lists? What is stopping you? Start today!
  • A New Year’s resolution to keep.
  • This year will be…
  • Life will never be the same…
  • The Son of Man is born today and something is about to begin.
  • You’ve got 1 New Years Resolution and you can never break it.
  • How would you feel if you arrived late to a New Year’s party and missed the countdown?
  • Is this year when…
  • The year catches you and shows you possibilities.
  • The next generation always gets to have some sort of adventure!
  • How would you characterize the new year? Are you hopeful for what lies ahead, terrified, excited, etc?
  • What are you anticipating about 2018?
  • You wake up to find it isn’t New Year’s Day. What happened?
  • New Year’s Day arrives and the events of the night before become apparent
  • What will your New Year’s resolution be this year? How will you ensure you accomplish it?
  • What do you want to do when you are sixty?
  • What do you want to accomplish in 2018?
  • You’ve made a New Year’s resolution that guarantees success.
  • How can you be prepared for the events of the New Year?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution for 2017?
  • It’s somehow December again and you can’t believe your time is running out.
  • Imagine this is your last New Year’s and something crazy happens.
  • What were you doing a year ago for New Year’s?
  • Tell us a story that takes place on New Year’s Eve.
  • The best thing about the new year is no…
  • Write a New Year’s Poem
  • You’re at the New Year’s eve party of the year and you’ve just made a bad first impression on someone you’d like to get to know better.
  • From miners to composers to potters, people over the ages have made a song or other form of art to welcome a new year.
  • My New Year’s resolution is…
  • Where do you find yourself on New Year’s Day?
  • As you died, you traveled through a dark tunnel toward a bright light. You find yourself in a room with some characters from your life. One more thing—this room is a stage. What do you do?
  • Tell us something about 2017.
  • Why is New Year’s Eve so special?
  • It has been a long and hard year and you’ve been counting down the days to the New Year. Now it is here. A new year means a new start and a clean slate.
  • What will you carry forward into the new year?
  • When the clock strikes midnight on New Years Eve, it hits…
  • It’s New Year’s Day, now what?
  • Describe a New Year’s Party.
  • What do you want to happen this year?
  • What was your favorite New Year’s experience?
  • You find yourself alone on New Years Eve and your past makes itself known.
  • Future You decides to drop in to answer that question. What does he/she have to say?
  • What has been the worst year for you?
  • What New Year’s tradition have you always wanted to try?
  • What do you do the night before New Years Day?
  • Your best friend turns to you and says they…
  • New Year’s resolutions suck but you’re doing it! Write about it
  • Something unexpected happens at midnight.
  • You wake up one morning and it is January 1st.
  • What do you try to improve in your life in the New Year?
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  • There is a new year approaching, how will you ring in the new year?
  • New Year’s Day is almost here. What should you do to make it special?
  • It is a typical New Year’s Day and you get a call…
  • A meteorite lands in your backyard. What do you do?  It is New Year’s Eve and you spend it alone.  Are you lonely?  Do you miss anyone?  How do you feel about the future?
  • It is New Year’s Eve, what do you plan to do?
  • Do you see yourself making resolutions this year?
  • A New Year can bring you everything you’ve ever wanted.
  • New Year’s is traditionally a time for saying good-bye to past troubles and expectations. What is your favorite way to say good-bye to the past?
  • Love is in the air but nothing is going according to plan.
  • On New Year’s Day, everyone has a plan for the future. What are your plans for next year?
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  • Make a New Years resolution.
  • Share your view about the past year and how you’re looking…
  • You have a year to prepare some crushing blows. What are you going to do?
  • What happened at the New Year’s Eve party you went to way back in 1999?
  • A funny story about New Year’s celebrations
  • What is the worst way to ring in the New Year?
  • What are your New Year’s resolutions?
  • The worst way to ring in the new year is…
  • The year ahead will be the best time of your life.
  • A thick red liquid trickles down the walls, seeps in between the floorboards, pools down the hall, and slips under the crack of the door. It pokes just outside into the dim basement light, wiggles at the welcoming shadow. A stain grows bigger…bigger than the thirsty little red mouth. And with a failed attempt at a curdled squeak a tiny red creature emerges from the puddle of liquid. What horror is this?
  • Similar New Year’s prompts can be found at the Sharebook list of writing prompts .
  • What are your New Year’s Resolutions?
  • What will you be doing for New Year’s?
  • Are you ready to ring in the new year?
  • At the end of the day what will you remember?
  • When it is finally here the new year will be…
  • You wake up in the morning on New Year’s Day and your life has been completely changed. Who changed it and how?
  • What will you do first when it is the new year?
  • What will happen to you in the year of the dragon?
  • If you could give a bottle of champagne to anyone in the world by the end of the year, who would you share a toast with?
  • What will you do this New Year’s on New Year’s Day?
  • This year you resolve to…
  • What do you want to bring into the new year?
  • As the new year approaches, your fondest memory of the old one is…
  • What was the best thing that happened to you in the past year?
  • What do you hope to accomplish in the new year?
  • If you had this year to relive, what would be the one thing you’d fix?
  • You spent New Year’s Eve alone and something happened.
  • Your worst New Years party.
  • Pen in hand, what is your New Year’s resolution?
  • Is there something that happened last New Year’s Eve that you won’t forget?
  • You are walking somewhere at night and hear music. It sounds familiar.
  • What are you thankful for?
  • Let’s talk about relationships in 2016…
  • It’s New Year’s and you’re going to party until…
  • The first year
  • What is on your to do list for this year?
  • You and the ruler of the New World land in a strange land.
  • Congrats on making it through a whole year.
  • What was your most memorable New Year’s Eve ever?
  • Why do we celebrate this holiday?
  • Reasons to celebrate
  • You walk in the streets and notice everybody is changing.
  • Do you believe in traditions?
  • What is your most memorable New Year’s Eve?
  • You had a dream. A really weird dream.
  • What did you do last New Year’s Eve?
  • What is the wildest thing that could happen on New Year’s Eve?
  • List your two best New Year’s moments from last year.
  • A lesson on relationships or people.
  • What does the New Year look like?
  • What do you hope next year will bring?
  • A new year will change everything.
  • What did you learn last year?
  • Is the start of the new lunar year a great time to make a fresh start?
  • What is your New Year resolution?
  • You have a year to improve yourself. How is that going?
  • I am starting the New Year…
  • It is a new year and a new you! Tell us how you will improve yourself.
  • What gives you hope for the upcoming year?
  • What do you think were the major events of 2010?
  • Some people like to wait until the last minute to put out the food on the table.
  • How was your 2017? The best or worst year ever?
  • What is a good new year’s resolution or promise?
  • Why is New Year’s the best time to start things?
  • Rumor has it we will see a meteor shower this year on New Year’s Eve.
  • Which celebrity will be trending this year?
  • A New Year’s Greeting is anything that is good for the past year.
  • The New Year means one thing, new opportunities.
  • How does it feel to ring in a new year?
  • You are in a diner in the middle of nowhere and your favorite song starts playing and your face erupts in a crazy smile.
  • You can’t go wrong with writing prompts! They can be used in all kinds of genres and in different formats. You can easily go from writing them in a notebook to writing them on your iPhone or iPad. Just be sure to save them to your computer or smartphone so you can access them anytime. It’s amazing how far technology has come.
  • New Year’s Eve went horribly awry.
  • New Year’s Day has come. You are…
  • If you could invite anyone you’ve ever met to your New Year’s party who would you invite?
  • A watched pot never boils, but what else happens when a watched pot boils?
  • New Years Eve, it’s tax time, and you hear some weird noises.
  • The Past, Present, and Future
  • Describe your perfect Superbowl party
  • What are you hoping to get from this year?
  • What is the most depressing part of New Years?
  • How would you describe the perfect New Year’s celebration?
  • What are you looking forward to in the New Year?
  • It’s the biggest party of the year! Everybody is watching, including you. What is your role?
  • What are your big plans for the next year?
  • At your New Year’s party you become the life of the party.
  • What do you want to forget from last year?
  • When a new year arrives you will always have…
  • Now that 2011 is coming to a close as will your woes.
  • A New Year’s Resolution on paper
  • A comet falls from the sky. This is how it all begins…
  • A new year is greeted with new hope and tremendous opportunity.
  • Why does the New Year start in January?
  • What did you do to celebrate the new year?
  • What’s your New Year’s resolution?
  • What will you do if you win the lottery?
  • New Years counts…
  • What is the most important phrase to have at a New Year celebration?
  • You’ve been at a party all night long.
  • It has been a year and you have a new belief.
  • What is something that you miss about the old days?
  • What is your new year resolution?
  • As the last seconds of the year slip away, your past year flashes before your eyes.
  • This year, you resolve to…
  • On New Year’s morning the sun arose anew.
  • You’ve decided to set some resolutions for your life, But what are they?
  • There is a new twist of fate for people turning a year older in the new year.
  • You recently got engaged! Plans for the wedding are falling into place, but…
  • This year will be a warm one.
  • What did you do last year’s New Year’s eve?
  • What’s the weirdest New Year’s tradition that you’ve heard of or experienced?
  • How is your New Year going so far?
  • The past is the past, and this is a new year. You resolve to…
  • It is New Year’s Day and you ate too many sweets.
  • What are your New Year’s Resolutions?
  • You were supposed to go to a New Year’s Party, but you didn’t get an invitation.
  • New Year’s resolutions are meant to be broken, and you are no exception…
  • What are you thankful for?
  • What happens on New Year’s Eve that is…
  • New Year’s Day doesn’t have to be boring.
  • Then another and another…
  • Two words that sum up the year were…
  • New inspirations, ideas, and experiences await.
  • Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? What were they? Did you follow…
  • You have managed to get invited to two New Year’s parties, but have only one ticket.
  • New Year’s Eve is a day of making resolutions and stepping into the next beginning.
  • What do you want this year to be?
  • What do you feel is the best way to end this year and start the new one?
  • Things you’re glad you did in 2010 but won’t do in 2011.
  • People are preoccupied with the new years. Do you agree or disagree?
  • What part of your past year are you most proud of?
  • Two thousand twelve is finally over.
  • This New Year may be…
  • What looked like a great year ends up being…
  • New Year’s resolutions are…
  • Someone you know will tell you all about their future plans for the new year. One thing they say will be true.
  • Plan a cross country road trip There’s an app for that, just sayin’.
  • I’d love to have a holiday that is for… _Enter an empty line_
  • Your best character is Twilight Sparkle and she’s about to have a strange encounter.
  • Time to discuss the theme for Writing on The Sound 2018!
  • What are your new year’s resolutions?
  • The worst that could happen at a New Year’s party
  • What is your worst New Year’s memory?
  • Let the answers to the four prompts inspire you for your story. If that budget is feeling tight then all you need is something that sparks your interest — something that makes you want to put it to paper or tap on the screen.
  • What do you think will be the biggest disappointment in the upcoming year?
  • What is the best way to bring in the New Year?
  • What is the most important advice you’d give a new year baby?
  • What will be the last thing you remember?
  • What do you think 2017 will mean for you?
  • There is so much to look forward to in the coming year.
  • It is the end of the year after a great success.
  • An impromptu performance
  • What should the New Year bring?
  • New Year’s Resolutions
  • This year will be like no other.
  • The end of the year is coming quickly, what do you most hope will happen in 2013?
  • It is New Year’s Eve and something crazy is about to happen.
  • Are you ready for the new year?
  • Write about what is good about the New Year.
  • You get a one-way ticket to the past. Where do you go?
  • How do you know when a new year begins?
  • What will this New Year be like?
  • New Year’s Day is a great time to…
  • You’re on your last bar of the year and your phone dies.
  • What will your first act in the new year be?
  • What was the craziest New Year’s Eve you have ever experienced?
  • What is your resolution for this coming year?
  • How do you plan to spend your New Year’s Eve?
  • A look back at the past year. From your view anyway.
  • Famous New Year’s resolution that failed.
  • Everybody loves a new year, but what do you like about a new year most?
  • Imagine that we are living in the future and something amazing happened during the last twelve months. Describe how that event would affect a normal person in the future.
  • Your favorite season is coming to an end and you wonder what th…
  • Something new is about to enter your life.
  • It’s New Year’s Eve and you’re feeling low.
  • What resolution is most notable for you?
  • Have you ever been to a New Year’s party?
  • There’s a made-up holiday where a person should not. How will you celebrate it this year?
  • There is a new year’s tradition practiced around the world, what is yours?
  • If you could just spend New Year’s Eve with one person, who would that person be?
  • When midnight strikes the BIG moment will happen.
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  • What would you most like to accomplish in 2014?
  • Happy New Year with lots of
  • Something strange has happened at the New Year’s party.
  • New Year’s is boring and stuffy. How will you change it?
  • Make your wishes.
  • Hope you enjoy some of these ideas and remember you can send me some of your favourite ones to add to the list of prompts.
  • What makes you always look forward to the next?
  • Do you believe in the new year’s myth about new beginnings?
  • If 2015 took you to the edge of the world, let 2016 bring you back.
  • Detain me. Keep me at bay. Arrest me.
  • There is a new year day and everyone is celebrating. Who are you and what are you doing?
  • What was the best part of the old year and what was the worst?
  • Choose a major new year’s resolution from a list.
  • New Year’s resolutions… good luck keeping them!
  • What do you think is in store for you in the coming year?
  • What is New Years according to you?
  • What can be worse than a New Year’s Eve party?
  • How does your New Year’s resolution go wrong?
  • The following are new year’s writing prompts with nature themes.
  • What will you miss about the past year?
  • You decide that this next year is going to be your best year.
  • What scares you about next year?
  • Make a resolution to.
  • What are some New Year’s resolutions?
  • New Year’s Resolutions
  • Let the new year begin…
  • What is your biggest New Year’s resolution?
  • What kind of new year are you expecting?
  • How does one find peace at the end of yet another year?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • You want a different year from the one you currently have.
  • Where were you in 2016?
  • Do you expect good things in 2010?
  • How do you plan on spending the night of New Year’s Eve?
  • You are at a New Year’s Eve party and all of a sudden…
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  • What will 2017 hold?
  • New Year’s resolutions can be tough. Do you struggle with having them?
  • Do you have New Year’s Resolutions?
  • How will you celebrate the new year?
  • This year you will…
  • This year will be…
  • You continue to reach for your New Year’s resolution.
  • A breakdown occurs on the way to the New Year’s party.
  • Describe a time when you were surrounded by other New Year’s celebrators.
  • This year has been…
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  • What is the most important new year’s resolution?
  • Ring in the New Year….
  • The beginning of a New Year is like the beginning of a person’s life.
  • What do you want to be old news by the new year?
  • There is a New Year’s party and everything goes wrong.
  • What is the best way to achieve success in the new year?
  • What are you going to achieve this year?
  • Write about a time when you celebrated new year with family.
  • New Years Eve is here and it’s time to throw a party. What’s on the menu?
  • How do you make sure your new year is the best it can be?
  • What doesn’t change?
  • Where are you going to be to ring in the New Year?
  • How did last New year’s celebration go?
  • What is something that will happen this year?
  • Every good thing has an end. Happy New Year!
  • With everyone enjoying New Year’s Eve 2011, something totally unexpected happens.
  • Something new is coming on the first day of the year.
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
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  • What do you have going into the New Year?
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
  • Tell me something you are excited about in the new year!
  • What would it be like if you just abandoned your friends
  • What part of New Year’s traditions do you dislike?
  • If you knew what was about to happen in 2014, what would you have done differently in 2013?
  • People are coming over for cake, champagne, and new years.  What will you do?
  • What kind of gift will you give this New Year’s?
  • How would you like to spend the last day of 2014?
  • What does the year ahead look like?
  • Look back at your year and think about all the happy moments.
  • Is there a perfect way to end a year and ring in a brand new one?
  • What does a popular New Year’s resolution do?
  • What will you be doing on New Year’s Eve?
  • A moment that you’ll remember forever at New Year’s.
  • New Year’s Resolution
  • New Year’s resolutions are silly.
  • If you could have anything for the New Year, what would it be?
  • Loosely connected new years writing prompts
  • You receive a letter claiming that your birthday has changed. What?
  • You’ve awoken to a new year. What’s in store?
  • 2017 New Year’s Day or New Years Day is celebrated on Sunday 1st January 2017.
  • What is your life going to be like in the new year?
  • What do you plan to do for New Year’s?
  • One thing to do at New Year’s is to count down the last seconds of the year. Make a list of all the good things that happened to you in the last 365 days. If you’re stuck on what to do, make notes on three to five awesome things that happened in every year of your life.
  • Every new year you make a new promise to yourself.
  • You don’t like the New Year tradition where everybody takes new advice.
  • This year won’t be the same as the last.
  • What will you do on New Year’s Eve?
  • The holidays are coming to an end, and something is lurking nearby.
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • Ring in the New Year
  • What are you looking forward to from the New Year?
  • It’s almost that time of year again! Time for parties, gift exchanges, and another joyous holiday season. Enjoy the mix and feel free to download it.
  • A trip to Paris just isn’t the same if one doesn’t eat…
  • Who is your biggest inspiration this year?
  • What do you have to look forward to for the new year?
  • How did you spend New Year’s?
  • What’s your New Year’s resolution?
  • This year will be…
  • A new couple finds out that what they really want is to be with each other.
  • You receive an anonymous note.
  • Black rather than New Year’s Eve. What will you do to change things?
  • It is the last day of 2016…Goodbye!
  • History, mythology, and urban legend are filled with spirits, spirits that define a place, that embody the region, the city, or the town itself and forever abide.
  • If it is New Year’s Eve, you are…
  • You are ringing in the new year, but it’s not without something going wrong…
  • What are your resolutions for the New Year?
  • You are going to be drunk, extremely drunk on New Year’s Eve, what will be the result?
  • Write something along the lines of the traditional guidelines–what you want to achieve, what is in the past.
  • What are your new year resolutions?
  • Make a “funny” spooky joke about New Year’s!
  • Before the New Year begins the party has started, what do you hear from outside?
  • How do you feel when a year ends?
  • What will the new year bring?
  • What are some New Year’s resolutions that you want to make?
  • What was the worst year of your life? How would you spend new years to turn it around?
  • You have a New Year’s Eve resolution.
  • Do you like New Year’s resolutions?
  • The governor is calling for new laws, unprecedented charity, and more work to do.
  • Remembering last New Year’s Eve, what happened?
  • This year will be…
  • What will New Year’s eve bring?
  • Make this coming year one to remember!
  • What New Year’s resolutions are you making for this year?
  • What does a New Year mean to you?
  • and many more.
  • You’re in Wonderland with Alice and the Cheshire Cat. You…
  • Write a poem about the new year or make up a rhyme for it.
  • New Year’s Resolutions 5 min.
  • What kind of year will 2013 be for you?
  • What is the best word to describe this year?
  • What is your New Year’s Resolution?
  • Do you believe parties, festivities should be limited to just one day? If so, why?
  • What is your favorite New Year’s movie?
  • What tradition best sums up this year?
  • So you have a plan to make this the best year ever.
  • What are some changes you want to make next year?
  • It’s New Year’s and everything is on sale.
  • Which of your accomplishments are you most proud of this year?
  • Does time move faster or slower in the new year?
  • Who will you hold close tonight?
  • A New Year’s vision, poem, or cheering for the season.
  • Running late for a New Year’s Eve party.
  • What was your best moment of the last year?
  • Why does the song “Auld Lang Syne” make you remember past New Years?
  • There is one important driving force in the new year. What is it that drives you?
  • What are you hopeful will change this year?
  • What do you hope to accomplish this year?
  • Share with a friend who loves New Year’s celebrations!
  • What does the past year mean to you?
  • What will you do at midnight? What would like to happen?
  • Do you believe in New Year’s resolutions?
  • Most people have traditions for New Year’s, but really who developed those traditions?
  • At midnight, you receive a visitor from the past, present or future.
  • Wow! What a great idea.
  • How do you imagine New Years to be in your dream world?
  • What will you do to make sure next year is the best year?
  • New Year’s deals, sales or bargains are supposed to bring you good fortune and bring better times.
  • What does this year hold for you?
  • On New Year’s Eve, get yourself all dolled up and dress to impress with the compliments of people around you.
  • If you could go back and change the year 2013, would you?
  • The sky is falling
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  • What was the best year of your life?
  • How will you spend your New Year’s eve?
  • There are many New Year’s rituals in different cultures. What’s yours?
  • At this New Year’s party, you are probably…
  • A new year’s resolution is on your mind…think about it now.
  • What will the New Year bring?
  • What worries do you still hold for this year?
  • It is the first day of a new year and you have a lot to look forward to.
  • Your internet account is almost out of minutes. You find out the Internet will be shut down until the new year. How will you spend your last minute or two on the Internet?
  • A website and/or blog for creative writer’s to get writing prompts weekly.
  • Has technology made New Year’s Eve better or worse?
  • Write About How Your Year Will Be Better
  • Think of the most unlikely things to happen during a new year’s celebration. Within reason of course.
  • 2009 was quite an interesting year for me.
  • So we are walking down a path, and it’s the end of the year, it’s December 31st, and if we turn to the left we see a little girl and…
  • Any year you wake up is a good year.
  • What will your plan be to celebrate the New Year?
  • A premonition comes to you as you countdown to midnight on New Year’s Eve.
  • You decide to follow a new year’s tradition!
  • Where will you party until the New Year arrives?
  • It is the night before New Years and someone you know may not be where they are supposed to be.
  • How do you want to end this year?
  • What did that mean?
  • What happens when there isn’t enough champagne to go around at a New Year’s celebration?
  • What came to mind when you read the word New? What feelings did you get?
  • What do you hope the new year will bring?
  • What makes the perfect New Year’s party?
  • It is New Year’s Eve and time to reflect on the past year
  • Something interesting happens to you when you choose to spend the night of New Year’s Eve “as a sober.”
  • Introduce yourself to someone at a new year’s party.
  • What do you think 2013 will be like?
  • Who do you want to be when the clock strikes midnight?
  • Fill in the blank with one thing you want to make happen in the new year.
  • A new year has come and ideas are overflowing.
  • You watch as friends and family become tomorrow’s resolutions.
  • If you could change anything about New Year’s what would it be?
  • The following was an activity done by American primary schools to promote social conversation and talking. The goal at first was to break social barriers and make it easier for friends to talk. It also rewarded anyone who had an opinion or subject for concern or enjoyment. The new year’s wheel was a nice circular pencil and pen rubbings sheet that asked about random things. These thoughts were there and all it needed was a friend to finish it.
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  • What exciting thing do you plan to do to celebrate?
  • Five ways to have a good New Year.
  • How do you plan to celebrate the end of the year?
  • What is the best way for me to beat the holiday stress?
  • Your New Year’s resolutions this year are…
  • When celebrating New Year’s you must have treats… List 5 of your favorites.
  • You’ve been alone for 4 New Years Eve. What do you do?
  • What do you plan to do after midnight rings in the New Year?
  • What is going to be the best part of this year?
  • You should always write whatever you want without thinking of others’ opinions. You can stop reading here if you’re fully convinced. But if you feel uncertain, then go on reading.
  • What do you think about new year’s resolutions?
  • You are waiting for the first stroke of New Year’s Eve…What are you feeling?
  • You’ve had a bad year. Love, career, etc. But in one hour, it’s all going to change.
  • What next year brings scares me the most.
  • Something weird is going on at Howie Crabtree’s party.
  • This year will be better than last year.
  • The party has arrived at your door and you are…
  • Someone who is very cold and tries to get somebody to share their heat.
  • Someone you know is trying to block you from getting your resolutions for a new year. Why?
  • Write a brief scenario about your favorite New Year’s celebration.
  • How do you say goodbye old year?
  • You can never be too sure of what the new year will bring.
  • A New Year’s party isn’t complete unless…
  • Are you going to celebrate New Year’s? How?
  • The New Year isn’t all that great.
  • What was your favorite memory from last year?
  • This year won’t be…
  • How do you do over the cold winter, or ice skating?
  • New Year’s Eve is like…
  • What is one tradition that is important to New Year’s celebrations around the world?
  • What did you wish for on New Year’s Eve?
  • A pie / cake / pastry / dumpster fire is headed your way.
  • Everyone is preparing for the new year.
  • Explain how you are hoping this new year will change your life.
  • There is someone special you will meet for the first time on New Year’s.
  • What were your favorite memories of last year?
  • On the first day of 2018, you will…
  • New Year’s Resolution that you always break.
  • During a New Year’s party, you meet the love of your life.
  • Did you learn anything from this year?
  • Dancing is what brings everybody together, no matter where you are from.
  • New Year’s resolutions…What are yours?
  • This year for Christmas…
  • What message would you want to send to a new year?
  • Your New Year’s Resolution
  • You’ve spent the entire day to make sure your hair looks just right for the party.
  • What has happened to you on New Year’s you don’t care to repeat?
  • What were you doing one year ago on New Year’s?
  • Can you recall your favorite New Year’s celebration?
  • This year will be great.
  • Another new year brings up many questions.
  • How do you feel about New Year’s Resolutions?
  • How will the world change as we move from 2018 to 2019?
  • What happened in a past New Year’s celebration?
  • What are you resolving to do?
  • You’re a freshman in college and you’re about to meet your roommate.
  • It’s New Year’s Day and you discover someone’s left some kind of “gift” inside a box.
  • You are not sure if you are in the future or the past.
  • Have you made any plans for this new year
  • What is your secret New Year’s wish?
  • What will or didn’t happen during your annual New Year’s resolution?
  • Happy New Year!
  • A cool prompt that would make a to-be hero question superheroes.
  • What will you do as you turn the page of your calendar over from 2015 to 2016?
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  • You finally get the chance to jump off the highest building in the world, but it’s New Years Eve. So, do you wait for the new year to take the plunge or jump now?
  • What are you wearing on New Year’s Eve?
  • Hope you’re able to use these new year writing prompts to kick start your imagination and start writing awesome new year’s stories.
  • Relive New Year’s Eve.
  • When did you last talk about New Year’s Eve with someone?
  • New Years, new self? Describing this year will change your life.
  • Share an outline of what your New Year’s resolution will be.
  • At the stroke of midnight, you get the greatest gift!
  • What were your exact thoughts during and after last year’s New Year’s celebrations?
  • What scares you about New Years eve?
  • What did you do on New Years?
  • New Year’s resolutions are compulsory. What is the one change you know you have to make?
  • Nobody could have imagined what has happened this new year.
  • What are you looking forward to?
  • Which traditions do you like to take part in for New Years?
  • Why did you have such a great year?
  • You and your friends are making a New Years movie montage. What shots make it to the final cut from this year?
  • What kind of New Year’s resolutions does your character have?
  • How would you define success for this new year?
  • What are you looking forward to in the New Year?
  • It’s New Year’s and something dreadful is happening.
  • A New Year is usually viewed as a new opportunity. What new opportunities will you
  • Your spouse and you decide to do something a little different on New Year’s Eve. What do you do and why?
  • A new start is just the beginning.
  • What composes your New Year’s Resolution?
  • How are you winding down the year?
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
  • How do you see yourself in the new year?
  • It is the first day of the year. Let’s all talk about making resolutions!
  • What is holding you back from your resolutions this year?
  • After the NYE party, disorganized thoughts run around in your head.
  • Where will you be one month from today?
  • Elves are known to help humankind but  you must warn humanity.
  • The future has bright or dark things in store, what are yours?
  • Make one up! What would you do on New Year’s Eve?
  • It is New Year’s Eve, but nothing will happen.
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  • What do you want to see happen in this coming year?
  • You only have minutes to figure out what decided what the year would mean for you.
  • You have been asked to ring in the New Year on television. What are you going to say?
  • Tonight the first of the New Year fireworks explode overhead.
  • How do you feel when it is the new year?
  • Someone came up with a spell that would allow a person to go back in time 10 or 15 years. Do you want to try the spell? Residing in a different body from a decade ago, would you change certain things?
  • If 2016 had a theme song, what would it be?
  • Something happened to you that was exceptionally good? Make a list of all the good things that happened.
  • Snow has arrived just in time for New Year’s .
  • Describe how you will spend midnight on New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day.
  • To write something futuristic.
  • Why are new year’s resolutions never kept?
  • What do you want to accomplish in your life this year?
  • There are new opportunities for you in this new year.
  • The best way to end a year is to…”
  • You’re out walking on New Year’s Day and see and hear something interesting
  • What is your New Year’s wish?
  • What cliché would you like to escape?
  • Is there anything you want to leave behind from last year?
  • Go up and talk to three people at the party.
  • Write about your resolutions.
  • What’s in your little black book?
  • What plan are you making?
  • Fun New Year’s writing prompts for kids
  • Think of a moment that would make a great New Year’s moment.
  • What are you most looking forward to in this new year?
  • This year is…
  • Is a new year a new beginning? What will you do this year?
  • Your last day/night of the year is spent…
  • What are your harshest lessons learned from the past year?
  • What is the worst way to ring in the new year?
  • You’re on New Years Eve and you’ve got the blues.
  • What do you wish for?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • What is your biggest New Year’s Resolution?
  • As you remember your favorite memory from previous New Year’s Eve celebrations you find a companion traveling the same memory-lane.
  • You find yourself at a new year’s party. Your friend brings flasks of expensive alcohol. What do you do?
  • What are three resolutions you would like to make?
  • Since the time before time began, you have waited through a never ending New Year.
  • If you could spend one last New Year’s Eve with any celebrity, who would it be?
  • New year, New crimes to solve.
  • How will you measure your life when it is half over?
  • What is a new experience/approach you will try this year?
  • How do you want to spend New Year’s?
  • What do you have to do to recover from New Year’s?
  • This year you are…
  • You are about to make a mistake.
  • Your phone rings with a video call from someone you really want to see.
  • What are you hopeful for the New Year to bring you?
  • What if something crazy happened?
  • On New Year’s Eve you find out…
  • In what ways would you want to either bring back a cancelled series or end a series long before it was supposed to?
  • After the party is over, she goes to sleep.
  • Where would you want to be?
  • What are you planning on keeping the same for the new year?
  • What would you do for a million New Happy Dollars?
  • How do you envision the future?
  • Write a query letter asking Santa for exactly what you want.
  • You’re at home when someone knocks at your door…
  • What is your biggest New Year’s resolution?
  • Every New Year’s you reflect on December of the year before and think about how things will be different in the next year. What has happened in your life to cause you to believe that?
  • You wake up to a giant mess… what happened?
  • Describe a New Year’s kiss.
  • Is the new year all it was cracked up to be?
  • Write A New Years Poem
  • People always give up on their resolutions by New Year’s Day.
  • What is a New Year’s resolution that you’re particularly proud of?
  • Welcome to the Future
  • It is New Year’s Eve. What will you do?
  • Why do we reach for a resolution in the New Year?
  • Thoughts on the next new year.
  • Celebrating a new year is…
  • Tonight or tomorrow?
  • What is the worst way?
  • You get a visit from the Aurora Borealis.
  • New Year’s Eve has just ended, but the party’s just beginning.
  • What did you do for New Year’s?
  • Your whole life, your reality, is flipped upside down in a single second.
  • Are you going away on vacation for New Year’s?
  • What new year’s traditions do you agree with?
  • It’s New Year’s eve a few minutes into the year.
  • New Year’s Eve is approaching, what are you going to do to celebrate?
  • It’s the New Year and something good has happened.
  • A really bad hangover. It’s 3am and you are praying it’s the year 2038 already… Go time travel, go time travel, go!
  • Write a letter to someone who will be celebrating with you.
  • You have been given a unique opportunity to travel through time and you have to travel to the past to experience…
  • You decide to ring in the new year.
  • What will your New Year’s Resolution be for this year?
  • Something goes wrong before midnight on New Years and people panic striking out.
  • Something super weird happened on your way to the New Year’s Eve party.
  • The year is almost over.
  • Pencil? Mascara? Candle? What do you choose?
  • What are the best plans for New Year’s Eve
  • You look to the future and can’t decide on a goal.
  • It is not New Year’s Eve yet and you are, well, lying to yourself.
  • What do you want to accomplish in the next year?
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  • Imagine you’ve just broken your New Year’s resolution.
  • What did you eat to celebrate New Year’s?
  • What will your significant other give to you for new year’s?
  • A memory you hold close about New Year is…
  • What has been your favorite year?
  • Rewrite this year’s headlines.
  • If you have to pick something that defines 2012, what would it be?
  • New Year’s resolutions. Do you have any?
  • Do you make any New Year’s Resolutions? How about what you’re going to do in the new year?
  • You’ve had a pretty awful 2014. What do you want to change?
  • If you faint in January, will you wake up thinner or fatter?
  • Is New Year’s resolution smiley face selfies and red lipstick or is it clichéd alcohol and bad parties?
  • You wake up during New Year’s celebrations and you realize that you…
  • How will 2017 change your life for the better?
  • How would you spend New Year’s Eve in another country?
  • It’s the first day of the new year and you jump to your feet as a New Year’s resolution stirs you. You grab a pad and pen and start writing, “I will…”, but something stops you. Oddly, even as your pen holds its course, you step back and pound the desk with your fist. It occurs to you that even though you’ve got all sorts of very worthy resolutions, there’s also a list of equally important goals you have not even thought of yet. Let’s fix that. What’s the perfect resolution for the New Year?
  • It’s the first of the year and you are…?
  • There’s a stairway that connects heaven and earth.
  • Sometime on New Year’s Eve, someone is going to do something that people will remember them for. Whether they intended it to be remembered or not, that is when they will become their most famous. Tell me the sci-fi story revolving around the event, just like that.
  • I want to start this year out differently.
  • If you could go back and do things differently, what would you do?
  • Use all of them as inspiration for writing a book or story!
  • Is New Year’s Eve more exciting than New Year’s Day? Why or why not?
  • What are you looking forward to this year?
  • What happens one year exactly after you’ve made a New Year’s resolution?
  • What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • What changes do you plan to make this coming year? What is your New Year’s resolution?
  • Each year you are smarter than the day before. Why and What wisdom awaits you in the year ahead?
  • As you prepare to turn your calendar over to 2019, could you make room for…
  • You’re busy partying. Who is your partner in crime?
  • Have a New Year celebration you would like to write about?
  • You’re on New Year’s eve, or so you think.
  • You have gotten negative reviews from your boss and you’re dreading it being the new year.
  • Who are you going to celebrate New Years with?
  • What do you most look forward to every New Year’s?
  • It is New Year’s Day and your day is going…
  • This year hasn’t been perfect.
  • You need to cancel the celebration.
  • Imagine your ideal New Year’s Eve .
  • What New Year’s resolution will you break by the time the year is out?
  • You’re walking down the street during New Year’s and you find a penny.
  • What would you do if you spent new year’s with your ex?
  • When creating a new year’s resolution story try to make it a resolution that will turn your entire life around. It is even more interesting if your main character may actually succeed in accomplishing it. Writing a resolution story can be different from writing others. For example, you can have your main character directly face opposition in attaining their resolution. It can be made more complex with various subplots. How your character achieves or fails to achieve their resolution can be the structure that you base your story around.
  • What will you carry from the old year and bring into this year?
  • What time will you celebrate the New Year?
  • The end of a year brings lots of new beginnings and possibilities
  • How do you feel about new years?
  • How would you spend a perfect New Years evening?
  • Two people come to you with a dilemma at New Year’s- how do you solve it?
  • What resolution do you have for the new year?
  • You screw up New Year’s and the last day of the year is going to be rough.
  • How are you celebrating New Year’s Eve this year?
  • What did you do that was out of the ordinary on New Year’s that you’ll never do again?
  • What memory do you want to make this year?
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  • What are New Year’s resolutions?
  • The power is out, and you have no way of knowing what time it is.
  • See you tomorrow with the first writing prompt.
  • You’ve found that special someone but New Years Eve would be a perfect time to share that with them.
  • What crazy prediction are you making about the coming year?
  • Why does anyone care about the new year when life never changes?
  • What do you think the year will hold?
  • The New Year brings the promise of…
  • I have made it through another year.
  • How are you celebrating the new year?
  • Reject the traditional new year’s resolutions. Decide this year is what you make of it.
  • You just want to go to bed, but there is one more thing to do.
  • What was your most unforgettable New Year’s Eve ever?
  • How will you be spending New Year’s Eve?
  • Funny New Year jokes
  • It is New Year’s and you and your friends are…
  • There is a distraction at the ball.
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
  • January 1st begins in the middle of the night—what does the morning look like?
  • New Year’s in a…
  • Joel Watson, author of Jack of Fables, gives his advice on writing a great 12/31 Word Awesome story. We hope you are writing your 12/31 stories.
  • Time travel is real and you are given the opportunity to experience New Year’s in the future. How did it change?
  • Tell us about a New Year that rang in the future.
  • As we enter a new year, we welcome the opportunity to……
  • Write a letter to your future self, explaining what you accomplished this year.
  • Your new year’s resolution is…
  • What part tradition do you actually like?
  • What are you about to say, when the clock strikes midnight?
  • something, something, etc., and you will feel as it should! Happy New Year, everyone!
  • As New Year’s resolutions are often made up—what is the biggest one you’ve ever made? Did you keep it?
  • How do you plan to spend New Year’s Eve?
  • Take a new year selfie, but why?
  • It is the New Year—what are you going to do with your time?
  • We have had a wonderful year, no thanks to you.
  • You’re waiting for the New Year to begin and it’s still an hour away.
  • It is New Year’s and you have some resolutions in mind.
  • What is the best gift you received last year?
  • What has been the best part of the past year?
  • New Year’s Day is worried about the future.
  • A mistake leads to you meeting someone new.
  • The future is very unclear and looking scary.
  • On the first of the year, your life’s biggest mistake came back to haunt you…
  • What were your favorite New Year’s memories?
  • How do you plan to ring in the New Year?
  • What do you not want to know about this next year?
  • It is New Year’s Day and you wake up to an unforgettable situation.
  • The moon doesn’t rise until midnight on New Year’s Eve. You must be patient.
  • You are finding it hard to say goodbye to a friend.
  • Make a simple New Year’s postcard.
  • Declare to everyone loudly what your New Year’s resolutions will be.
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
  • What is a meaningful New Year’s Resolution?
  • What do you think will change in the new year?
  • What are your regrets from the past year? What will you do differently this year?
  • It’s the first five minutes of the new year. What are you doing?
  • Your significant other is amazing at making elaborate New Year’s parties. What is your favorite?
  • New Year’s is here! Something crazy has happened.
  • Where do you see yourself in the new year 5 years from now?
  • Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, the moment the clock strikes “one”, make a New Year’s resolution.
  • What time should the ball drop to ring in the new year?
  • Something smells great during the New Year’s Eve parade.
  • It is New Year’s Eve and you have a plan to ring in the new year. Tell us that plan and what happens.
  • When will be the rise of the King?
  • What are your hopes for the New Year?
  • You are at a party that you expected to be a bore, but suddenly…
  • You’ve been in a n apocalyptic war and you think the world can’t get any worse.
  • How will you spend the New Year’s holiday?
  • Your invitation was crumpled up and thrown in the trash.
  • Your New Year’s resolution is…
  • What would you do differently if you were starting the new year over?
  • Why don’t you talk to the janitor?
  • Resolutions are something everyone makes. Here are some…
  • What is the most annoying activity to participate in at a New Year’s Party?
  • What is the best way to celebrate New Year’s Eve?
  • You have a New Year’s resolution, what do you want to do this year?
  • Have you been to the same New Year’s party every year?
  • The final ten weeks of the year is the busiest for many due to things such as holiday spending, Christmas shopping, and New Year celebrations. What does this mean for you?
  • You have one New Year’s wish this year. What is it?
  • It’s New Year’s Eve! There is a storm raging. What do you do?
  • Something is waiting for you at every turn as you head into a new year.
  • When you look back at 2016, what will you remember most?
  • Let us know in the comments below how you celebrated this year’s new year.
  • The beginning of a New Year can be stressful.
  • Snap your fingers and your favorite song plays.
  • What are your plans for the New Year, and how will they
  • You are so excited for the new year to come.  The doorbell rings and who is there…?  What do you do?
  • New Year’s Day is boring.
  • Where would you house a pair of conjoined New Year’s babies?
  • How did you ring in the new year?
  • What is one New Year’s resolution that you are going to try to keep?
  • How are you going to celebrate the new year?
  • New Year’s usually means lots and lots of resolve.
  • Who are you inviting to your New Year’s party?
  • New Year’s Resolution – Taenerable
  • What will the New Year bring?
  • What message do you want to send with your writing?
  • A stranger in a distant land wishes…
  • This feels like the year people will finally realize what I’ve said to them over and over.
  • What will you do on New Year’s Eve?
  • Something is hiding in the New Year’s ball.
  • My New Year’s resolutions are…
  • I am going to rule the world, starting this year.
  • How does New Year’s change you in a good or bad way?
  • After living a long and good life, your New Year’s resolutions are to…
  • You are preparing for a New Year’s celebration, but an important part of the tradition has escaped you.
  • A repeat of last year’s mistakes is wiser than trying something new!
  • What is the worst way to ring in a new year?
  • A chance to say goodbye to the last year

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