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Tradition Revival - Beating the January Blues

Tradition Revival

The build up to Christmas and New Year is an exciting time, but it can leave you feeling flat and miserable once all the festivities are over. January is known to be the most depressing month of the year, with January 23rd being the most depressing day overall.

We want to help you bust those New Year blues by re-introducing an often forgotten about tradition. The Feast of Epiphany is the climax of Christmas on the 6 January. It marks the end of the 12 days of Christmas and celebrates the visit of the Wise Men to the baby Jesus. Traditionally, Epiphany is the day when all Christmas decorations need to be taken down, otherwise it is said to bring bad luck.

We think an excellent way of beating away the January blues would be to have your very own ‘Feast of Epiphany’ and invite your friends over for a dinner party to celebrate the last night of Christmas whilst the decorations are still up. Most people visit family over Christmas and it will be an excellent way to catch up with your friends and regale the stories of Christmas family fun...or frightfulness!

Whether you are religious or not, why not take part in this tradition revival and get the invitations out before Christmas? Your friends will be thankful to have something to look forward to in the New Year, and no, finding 3 wise men is not mandatory!

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