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How Mexican Women Celebrate New Years Eve

Woman holding a book.
End the year on a high note by celebrating with Mexican women.

New Year’s Day is a pretty important date on the calendar. January 1 is a new year, the first of a new set of 365 days that are supposed to mark a full rotation of the earth around the sun. The first of many new opportunities to romance Mexican women. But the day itself isn’t the important bit when it comes to celebrating. No, the day of January 1 is supposed to be reserved to recover from the night before.

New Year’s Eve may not be the holiday itself, but it’s the night on which the occasion is celebrated. People stay up most of the night. Fireworks are lit and go off. Champagne flows freely and some people kiss as soon as the clock strikes twelve.

Yeah, New Year’s Day, despite what it means and being the day that starts a new calendar, isn’t anything special. New Year’s Eve is the main event. But the way that you celebrate New Year’s Eve may not be the same way that your Mexican partner celebrates it. Here are a few of the ways how Mexican women celebrate New Years Eve.

Make a wish.

Some write down their resolutions for the New Year and while Mexicans do make such resolutions, there’s another thing they do that they hope portends the coming year. What they do is that they write down their wishes for the coming year on a piece of paper. Then they light that paper on fire and hopefully, that wish is going to come true.


You’ve probably been to a New Year’s Eve party and maybe there have been a few snacks being served. Maybe a charcuterie board with some meat and cheese. Maybe some crackers and chips. And maybe a bit of fruit. But it’s the drinks that are free flowing.

In Mexico, however, there’s a tradition when it comes to food. People eat 12 grapes. The 12 grapes are supposed to represent 12 wishes, one for each of the coming months of the new year.

Also, you’re supposed to eat them all at once so you might want to work on your jaw so you can cram 12 grapes into your maw all at once. If you do manage to eat all 12 grapes, then each of your 12 wishes might come true.

Woman sitting at a table of food.
New Year’s day means starting the year off on the right foot.

Lentils are important

A huge part of celebrating New Years in Mexico is that lentils are important. They represent good luck. In Mexico, they’re left in a bag at the front door or they’re eaten as part of a dish. Sometimes, both are done. The point is that lentils will figure into the evening as part of the festivities.

Sweeping it out the door

If you’re throwing a New Year’s Eve party, then you’re going to want your house to be as clean and as spotless as you can get it. If you’re Mexican, the way that you make it spotless is to sweep dirt towards the door, towards the nearest exit out of the house.

This is supposed to symbolize driving the negativity out of the home. Some people also throw coins outside and then sweep them into the house, to symbolize letting in good financial tidings in the new year.

Colorful undergarments

What kind of underwear do you wear? Square cut briefs? Boxers? Or do you wear tighty-whities? Well, if you do, you might want to switch your underwear game up if you’re celebrating New Year’s Day in Mexico with your Mexican girlfriend.

In Mexico, people sometimes wear different colors of underwear and the colors have meaning and are supposed to be indicative of what you want the new year to bring. Red underwear is supposed to bring love. Yellow underwear is supposed to bring money. But if you want to stick to white underwear, then don’t fret. White underwear is supposed to bring peace.

If you can’t find any underwear in the color that you want to serve as an omen for the coming year, then you can light a candle in that color, which should be just as effective.

Water out the window

Strangely, there’s this image of people in the Middle Ages throwing their bodily waste out the window. While the image is pretty much nonsense, it’s still stuck in the popular consciousness. But in Mexico, there’s a version of that image that’s a little closer to reality.

But instead of bodily waste, people in Mexico throw water out of the window at midnight. The act is supposed to symbolize renewal, a fresh slate for the next 52 weeks that you’ve got to live through.

Squeaky clean

Another tradition that represents renewal for the New Year is to take a bath. Or clean the house. Or wash the car. Or give the pets a bath. Basically, clean up to symbolize renewal.

If you do choose to clean the house, do so with cinnamon water. Heat some cinnamon sticks in hot water, like you would if you were making tea, and then use that to mop the house.

Suitcase walk

There’s a small tradition in Mexico and that’s to walk around the house or around the block with an empty suitcase. If that’s possible, then people take the empty suitcase and then walk around it.

Fireworks in the sky.
New Years in Mexico is unlike any other.


It’s not the 4th of July, but there are still fireworks and you’re probably familiar with them. Mexican families like to light up fireworks and then sit back as those same fireworks shoot into the air and light up the sky.

So if you’re celebrating the New Year in Mexico, be on the lookout for fireworks. Then again, fireworks would be pretty hard to miss. But be sure to be safe when lighting up fireworks. The last thing you need is to have your hand or at least part of it off when you’re just trying to have a good time.

A year has 525,600 minutes. That’s a lot of time to fill. How you start the first of that 525,600 can determine the tone for the rest of them. Make your resolution to be with your ideal Mexican woman. That’s a sure way to start the year right.

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