Nothing Time

December 30, 2022 Helene Fitzgerald

Helena Fitzgerald, writing at The Atlantic about that most curious time of the year, the week between Christmas and New Year’s, when all expectations dissolve into nothingness:

Nothing time is different from free time; Dead Week is not a vacation and not a holiday, but we are afforded so little truly unmarked and nonurgent time that five days when nothing really matters can feel like something more precious than either one.

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