The majority of us have started the new year, being January 2019. Although there are some cultures which observe New Year’s on a different date; for instance, the Jewish New Year is on the 1st of October, and the Chinese New Year occurs in the 5th of February; legal documents such as cheques (do you remember those things? 😉 ) and application forms will typically need to have the date as indicated by the Roman calendar to be written. However, usually the celebrations are very much the same, with fireworks, partying, over-indulging, and so forth. However, there is one New … Continue reading Happy New Year!