How to spend the second Easter in a row during the pandemic? If you live in a country going through the third Covid-19 wave, you may feel tired and fed up. And I feel you. But at the same time, if you’re reading this post, you are lucky enough that you have time to browse the net and a computer.
Being stuck at home is not fun, but at least you have a roof over your head. I know that working from home and making sure that kids follow homeschooling is challenging but still, you are lucky to have a job and that your children can go to school. What may seem “normal” to you, others call privilege.
EASTER LAMB CAKE
Last year, we focused on coloring Easter eggs with natural colors (red beat, onion, etc.). In the video that you find at the end of this article, you can see how to do it. It is easy, budget-friendly, and a great activity for children.
This year, we will get into baking. I have already tried to bake Easter Lamb a few times to get the right softness. You would not believe how challenging it is when you can’t find the right type of flour.
FIND TIME TO RELAX
One way to relax this Easter is to take long, hot baths. And when we are at it, why don’t you try some of these treats from LUSH? We especially loved the Humpty Dumpty bath bomb because it contains an egg surprise. And it smells divine.
Read a book or watch an inspiring documentary. You can choose one of those that I recommended in my article on Making Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Changes. I learned that reading is one of the most relaxing activities. Since I drastically reduced time on social media, I got back to so much time that I manage to read one book a week. That would have been impossible when I was constantly connected.
Switch off your phone. Take a break from social media and when you’re at it, read Digital Minimalism.
If you are allowed to leave your house, go for a walk. Ride a bike. Embrace nature.
Do you have some other ideas on how to spend Easter during the pandemic in 2021? Let me know in the comments below.