New Years Idiom ~ Out with the old and in with the new


Out with the old and in with the new

During New Years I often hear this expression. It means getting rid of your old 'things' to make room for new things to come into your life. 

OUT - leave
IN - come



'Things' don't only mean belongings or material things. 'Things' can also mean making room for new relationships, challenges, adventures, goals, etc. 



For me this idiom has always represented a fresh start! A chance to improve and to make some positive changes in your life!

I wish everyone who is learning English lots of success this year! Thanks for reading my blog :)



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