Since the pandemic occurred, people have been trying to cope with the fact that nobody’s allowed to get-together and be with their loved ones. It has been incredibly hard for everyone, especially for extroverts, who are forced to stay home and wait until it’s safe to go out again.
The end of the week dinners with friends, out of town trips, shopping sprees, and annual celebrations have been put on hold for an indefinite period, and have now been replaced with video call hangouts and online catch-ups.
While special events cannot be celebrated together at the moment, that doesn’t mean you can’t show support for your loved ones in your own little way. Keep reading below to find out how you can still have your own little party despite the pandemic.
Showcase a Special Event
Celebrating small achievements by posting on social media or sending gifts to loved ones with funny congratulations cards used to be the go-to solution for people stuck at home. But that has now progressed into celebrating out loud for the whole neighbourhood to witness.
You can now choose to display birthdays, job promotions, and graduations on tarpaulins and giant banners and showcase them outside your house to let the world know of the good news. You can shout out countless small wins in public as proof of life that needs to be commemorated despite the pandemic.
Stay Inside Your Car
The coronavirus has left the streets nearly empty with only a few cars in sight. It has gathered everyone else in the safety of their homes with nothing to do! But after months of lockdowns and quarantine protocol, people will do anything to see the outdoors—even if it means merely staying inside their cars.
Now you can see your loved ones from a safe distance by driving by their houses during their birthday, engagement, or any special event you can think of that will require your presence. You can now witness somebody’s graduation or pay your respects for the departed by staying in your car and passing by their homes.
Celebrate at Home
Parties don’t always have to be grand to be considered worth enjoying. You can throw a celebration at home and spend some time with the people you love. You can also host a backyard cook-out, start a karaoke night to fill your neighbourhood with music, or offer a live performance on your very lawn.
Other things you can do include delivering baked goods and freshly cooked meals to your community while maintaining social distancing guidelines. For a more personal touch, you can add funny get well cards to give people hope to survive the current affairs.
Despite your little celebration, don’t forget to stay safe and wear a face mask to prevent any COVID-19 transmission!
Get Featured on TV
While news reporters strive to continue their jobs either at home or on the field, they have opened new opportunities for people to celebrate highpoints of their lives uniquely. Now you don’t have to feel bad for missing one of your family or friends’ most significant achievements.
Some TV channels display photos of well-regarded people in the local community, from athletes and top students to front liners and neighbourhood heroes. For any upcoming events, you now have the chance to see them on TV and send them a funny good luck card to let them know you’re thinking of them.
While the future remains unclear and people are still asked to stay home to avoid COVID-19, you can maintain your sanity by partying responsibly and celebrating the moments in your life. You can be with the people you love in different ways—by displaying your love, getting them featured on TV, staying in your car, or simply celebrating at home!
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