There are a lot of mixed feelings on New Year’s Eve — this day gives us the opportunity to reflect on the past year with all its highs and lows, but we also get ready to party our way into the New Year of 2023.
Here’s our toast to a new day, new year, and new beginnings!
Why is it celebrated
The Gregorian calendar we use today was introduced by the Vatican in Rome under Pope Gregory XIII in October 1582.
The Gregorian calendar is based on the solar year and replaced an ancient Roman calendar that was based on the lunar cycle of the earth’s moon.
The Gregorian calendar was introduced by Roman Emperor Julius Caesar during his reign around 44 B.C. Prior to the adoption of the Gregorian calendar as the global standard, most of the ancient world ran on many different and diverse calendaring systems to track the passage of time.
New Year’s Eve on December 31 marks the final day of what is known as a Gregorian calendar year.
Wishing that you have a truly remarkable and blissful year ahead!
Happy new year to you and your family!Team Blossom Inc
As 2022 comes to a close, Blossom Inc is grateful to all their customers, partners, system integrators and resellers for their support this past year.
Wishing you all a Happy and Healthy New Year and looking forward to a great 2023!