new year's cartoon 

Last week’s cartoon,  about  setting your boundaries during the holidays (particularly when you wear a red sweater) is here. All rights reserved, and content including cartoon is © Donna Barstow 2014, which has many more cartoons for you. Or sign up on Facebook. Thanks!

Today's cartoon is about having fun on major holidays, even if no one else agrees with you.  Who says it's wrong to be alone on New Year's Eve? We all know you're never alone, when you're connected.

Of course, connecting via tablet, smart phone, laptop, or Chromebook are what come to mind first, but some people prefer old syndicated sitcoms on a vintage TV. (Not sure if Cheers is syndicated anywhere, but maybe it should be. And it's a great substitute for going out to a real bar, if you don't like tradition.)

So Cheers, and Happy New Year to PsychCentral, my favorite blog of 2013!





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    Last reviewed: 30 Dec 2013

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Anonymous. (2013). Will Someone You know Spend New Year’s Eve with an Electronic Device?. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 1, 2015, from



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