A socially distanced Holiday : Tips for how to stay safe while having fun – blogmas day 19

It’s safe to say 2020 has been no picnic. Just when things seem as if some sense of normalcy is arriving, bam, something else hits. Whatever grand plans we had for this year have sadly been put on hold till next year which for everyone is not an easy thing. And, now that the Holidays are here all we want is to be with our friends and family, hug, see each other’s faces! However, Covid put a damper in that! So, a socially distanced 2020 Christmas it is!

This Christmas will not be like previous years, we just have to embrace that so, to make this Christmas as fun as you can, I’ve brainstormed a few ideas which I think will be perfect for incorporating into your day to make this season memorable (or at least as much as it can be).


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  • Zoom with the family
  • Send your Holiday cards
  • Decorate
  • Make Christmas Cookies
  • Make Gingerbread houses
  • Drive around and see the Holiday lights
  • Christmas movie night!
  • Donate Toys for Tots
  • Give money to the poor and those in need
  • Play Christmas music
  • Have a cooking/baking competition with the family
  • Make a gratitude list to finish off the year
  • Attend Christmas mass – virtual or in person
  • Have an at home spa day
  • Do secret Santa with your friends and family
  • Read or re-read your favorite book series
  • Game night
  • Send your letters to Santa
  • Family slumber night and make forts by the fire
  • Hot Cocoa night
  • Food Swap – with neighbors (cookies, sweets…..)

Happy Holidays everyone! Stay safe and healthy! 🙂

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