After three friends independently post comments about Passover on Facebook — and it's not even Purim yet — a reader wonders if she's behind the times because she hasn't started cleaning yet. Why the rush to move on to the next holiday?
Should you make baggies of mishloach manot to be part of this Purim gift exchange even if your heart's not in it? Or is there some kind of alternative to seem involved in the holiday without giving people snacks they probably don't want?
A reader confesses that she still feels a twang of regret over the disgustingly cute family photo cards that friends sent over the holidays covering her fridge. Should she send a "late" card or just start planning now for December?
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