We’re standing right in front of a jump: 2018 will be 2019, soon.
Here in Germany, some people call the days between Christmas and New Years day the “days between the years” or short “between the years”.
Don’t get confused, the year starts on January 1st and ends at December 31st. But, many businesses (primarily smaller ones) close their doors these days for a short vacation to recuperate from the very stressful Advent time (the 4 weeks before Christmas). Also, big businesses encourage their employees to take these days off.
In this context, you can understand these days as being a bridge between the years.
Another custom here is, making resolutions for the new year: stop smoking, stop drinking alcohol, more sports, living a more active life, finding a new job and so on. I guess, you got the idea. Also, you make a wish for your neighbors, friend and colleagues…
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