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Remix Your Holiday Traditions, Safely

The holiday season looks and feels different this year. For many of us, the traditional family gatherings and friendsgivings aren’t happening. We have to consider safety first, while navigating a raging pandemic. But that doesn’t mean we have to give up tradition altogether. As ZORA contributing writer Nneka Okona reminds us, “living during a pandemic has stretched most of us to reimagine how we connect with those we love.” She suggests that we remix traditions and get inventive.

Okona writes:

“Tap into that same creative will to think…

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