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Escaping Limbo

It's officially the limbo period - that time between Christmas and New Year where you're eager to get
Eclectically Curious
Escaping Limbo
By Clay Lowe • Issue #4 • View online
It’s officially the limbo period - that time between Christmas and New Year where you’re eager to get started with building the new you for the New Year, but equally want to laze around and loose yourself in boxes of chocolate, telling yourself, you’ll work it all off in the new year (or is that just me?).
Happy Boxing Day (if you’re in the UK).
I have to admit, Boxing Day is still a strange concept to me, but hey, it’s an extra day off, so it’s all good. Traditionally it was a day off for servants and the day when they received a ‘Christmas Box (present)’ from their masters. The servants would also go home on Boxing Day to give 'Christmas Boxes’ to their families.
It’s now a great day for playing board games with the family or taking advantage of the Boxing Day sales. We prefer the former, playing board games. And as it turns out this is good for our well-being.
Hit reply and let me know what some of your Boxing Day traditions are?

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