Perhaps your year-end ritual is to follow the beat of your own drum, and your idea of recharging for the new year is to retreat quietly for a few days of simplicity, solitude and contemplation. So you check out from the frenetic pace of the concrete jungle for a trek to where the wild things hibernate. Forgetting the bright city lights and central heating, you find solace in your cozy forest cabin, where, as you make fire, you quietly stoke your inner fire and resolve for the year ahead.
All you need for this inner pilgrimage is an outdoorsy lumberjack-patterned shirt, a chunky woodsman-worthy cardigan sweater, and a pair of your favorite broken-in jeans. While you're out chopping wood, protect your dome from the elements with a trapper hat and lace on some sturdy boots. A rugged waxed canvas duffel is all you need to throw in a few essentials, like a classic book to induce some deep thoughts and a bottle of good ol' Kentucky hooch to keep you warm, set you straight, and offer some company — in that order.
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