Twixmas AKA Boxing Week
Embrace Twixmas and Rest Your Way to Bliss!
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Some think the time between Christmas and New Year’s Day (for those that do not have to work) is the best time of the year where we lose track of what day it is and can truly relax. It is a beautiful blend of winding down from the holiday celebrations and preparing for a fresh start. It's a time to catch our breath, reminisce about the joys of the past year, and contemplate our goals for the future. Amidst the peaceful ambiance, there are opportunities for reconnection with family and friends, enjoying leisurely activities and simply taking a moment for ourselves.
It's a time where time itself seems to lose all meaning, and we're left wondering if we're supposed to be productive or just embrace the freedom of time that comes with this final week of the year.
As for us, we are taking some R&R this week up in the snow.
Here are the top articles trending on Twixmas:
This article from Slate explores the concept of "Twixmas," the week between Christmas and New Year's, and highlights the reasons why it can be the best time for relaxation, reflection, and enjoying the simple pleasures in life.
This feature from House Beautiful suggests to plan activities and outings during “Twixmas” to make the most of the downtime. This could include visiting local attractions, going for walks or hikes, exploring nearby towns or cities, or trying out new winter sports. The key is to use this time to unwind and do something enjoyable before the new year begins.
Here are four health tips from Stylist for this week: Sleep, movement, hydration, and eat those fruits and vegetables.
Until next week, Age and Prosper!