If you're sick of hearing about the year 2020 - even though it's nearly over - how about listening to the predictions for 2021 made by blind soothsayer and 'Nostradamus of the Balkans' Baba Vanga?
While many have said that it's a load of old horses**t - and it probably is - she's got some of her predictions eerily correct, particularly the one where she described 'steel birds' bringing down an attack on America in 2001.
Not a bad call for a woman who died in 1996.
Anyway, each year we can analyse what she reckoned was going to happen in each year, and it's a bit of fun, as much as anything else.
However, it doesn't seem like 2021 is going to offer any respite for those who have been ground into the dirt throughout this unusually wretched year.
The Bulgarian mystic believed that next year would be a year in which we'll see 'a lot of cataclysms and great disasters'.
Oh, great. We could use a bit of that for a change.
Apparently, three 'giants' will unite and a 'strong dragon' will grip humanity.
You'll have to interpret that for yourselves, but it doesn't sound great, does it?
On top of that, she said that 'difficult times will come' and 'people will be divided by their faith'.
Once again, not exactly a revolutionary prediction there from Baba Vanga.
She continued: "We are witnessing devastating events that will change the fate and destiny of humanity."
However, it's not all bad news. The fortune teller also predicted that 2021 would be the year that we finally find a cure for cancer.
That'll be nice.
She explained: "The day will come when cancer will get tied with iron chains."
Baba Vanga's predictions must be taken with a pinch of salt, like all things of this nature, but they're certainly big business amongst conspiracy theorists.
The list of predictions is supposed to run until 5079 when she believed that the world will end. However, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the fact that her predictions were never written down, so we can't be sure if they're actually real.
To be fair, it's hardly the largest leap of faith that we're being asked to make for this whole thing, is it?
We'll have to wait and see whether any of her predictions come true, but - whatever happens - let's hope that 2021 is better than 2020.