Because on this day's date from last year's same date is a year after, so it's a new year. Same goes for tomorrow or yesterday.
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Most Helpful Girl
I think what krushhbrownies is trying to say is that it's a new year from the perspective of the exact same day last year, same thinking as anniversaries.
Hence, from July 1 and after, it has become a whole new year from last year's July 1's perspective.
Of course this is just a philisophical question not to be taken literally or seriously. This way of thinking isn't even new, but kudos to you for having a "sudden clarity clarence" moment, epiphanies are awesome! ^_^1
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Since the start of the calendar year is completely arbitrary, I'd have to say yes. But if we celebrated every day no work would ever get done.0