You will hear and say “Happy New Year” many times today. It’s a heartfelt and lovely sentiment. Like any phrase heard too many times, however, it loses some of its punch. To make your good wishes more memorable, tweak it a bit. Try a whole sentence, “I hope you have a very happy New Year.” Or something like, “Have a wonderful New Year,” a “beautiful New Year,”or even, “Have an amazing New Year.” Some younger well-wishers will enjoy hearing, “Have an awesome New Year!"
BTW, thanks for reading my tiny tips this past year. I wish all my dear readers a spectacular 2014.