Twixmas for many is a favourite time of the year. Once the stress of Christmas Day is over, Twixmas, the relaxed period between Christmas and New Year – when life seems to slow down a little and everyone takes a collective deep breath – comes along to help recharge our batteries before we welcome in another year.
Marked from the 27th until 30th December, here is everything you need to know about Twixmas, including how to spend it.
What is Twixmas?
Twixmas is the term used to describe the days between Christmas and New Year (27th-30th December), when – work and family commitments depending – you can take some much needed down time. For many of us, it's time when we can fully relax and spend our days doing nothing.
How can I spend Twixmas?
The simple answer? Any way you want! For some, Twixmas is all about curling up under a blanket in cosy PJs with a festive film, or that buzzed-about boxset or book. For others, it's a chance to get some air, enjoy countryside walks or indulge in a little craft or DIY activities. It's also the perfect time to gather your thoughts ahead of 2022, and write down your new goals.
Get cosy and catch up on those Christmas TV specials you missed.
Shop the post-Christmas sales from the comfort of your sofa. Pick up a bargain for the house without having to battle the crowds.
Indulge in a spot of pampering; light some candles, run a bath and kick back with a face mask.
Read one of this year's most talked about books. Or perhaps get lost in the bestselling tome from the year you were born!
Rearrange your bedroom; transform your bedroom space into a tranquil, stylish space to help you unwind at the end of a long day.
Declutter your home and tidy up all of those new presents. Whether it's that jumbled cupboard under the stairs or the kids' bedroom, use Twixmas to get your clean on.
Decorate! With Christmas Day now behind us, why not give your home a lick of paint. Let next year's interior design trends inspire your next move.
Go offline, it's a great way to recharge your mind before 2022 begins.
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All the best Jan