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Boxing Day: shopping, exploring, napping

What better way is there to spend belated Christmas other than eating leftovers from dinner yesterday? There's no better way.

Boxing Day is a little different for everyone. Some visit with extended relatives, some nurse a hangover from the night before, and others put their elbows up and make their way through the mall crowds to get the best deals on clothes to tech gadgets.

Whatever way you decide to spend your Boxing Day, spend it right and well because it is Monday, after all.

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