Rather than giving things up, perhaps we should think about taking things on instead?

How are we all doing?

When I imagine what Limbo must be like, I assume it must resemble the state of lethargy you find yourself in at this time, that weird wasteland between Christmas and New Year; bloated from the ‘balanced diet’ of toasted cheese sandwiches and the coffee flavoured Roses that no one else could bring themselves to stomach.

Are you still hungover from St Stephen’s night?

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