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The holidays are here and while I love spending Christmas with family and friends, I’ve always thought that traveling someplace new every New Year’s Eve would be fun. A few years ago, Dave and I went to Panama City Beach, Florida for a few days over New Year’s and it was one of our most memorable New Year’s Eve celebrations. We still talk about it often and can’t wait to do it again soon!
We loved that the hotel we stayed in still had Christmas decorations up. It felt like we were on vacation but still in the holiday spirit, which we enjoyed.
To celebrate New Year’s Eve we went to the Panama City Beach Beach Ball Drop.
They dropped hundreds of beachballs on top of a crowd of families and kids in the early evening and then at midnight a giant beach ball dropped to ring in the new year.
It was so much fun being able to be there and celebrate New Year’s on vacation. Not only is it a great way to relax after a hectic holiday season, but it’s a great way to escape the frigid Michigan weather!
Holiday memories are unmissable whether you are at home or traveling and that’s why I keep DayQuil on hand because I just can’t take a sick day this time of year – there’s just too much to do and too much of the holidays to enjoy!
When you take a sick day you miss out on the things you have to do as well as the things you want to do. That’s why I like to stay stocked up on DayQuil so I don’t have to miss out on the things I have to do, as well as the things I love doing.
I cherish all of my holiday moments whether I’m at home or away and they are ones I don’t want to miss due to a sick day. Who has time for them anyway?
I’m sure you feel the same and invite you to share photos of your unmissable moments using the hashtag #NoSickDaySweepstakes on Instagram and Twitter for a chance to win a Canon Rebel T5 & Vicks Product Prize Pack! Be sure to read the official rules here.
Entering the sweepstakes is a fun way to celebrate the holidays and how memorable would that be if you won!
Good luck and happy holidays!!
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