Pandemic-Inspired Spring Break Ideas
The pandemic may have you locked down at home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a memorable spring break.
Ideas to Make A Pandemic Spring Break More Memorable
A beautiful hike, whether solo or with family, can be food for your soul. Between the beauty that surrounds you and the fresh air, this is a pandemic-friendly activity that can rejuvenate you in the best possible way.
It doesn’t have to be Halloween for you to dress up in costume. Host a virtual costume contest with your best friends via video chat and enjoy some laughs, and perhaps a glass of wine, together.
This is a great time to try new recipes and fill your home with the smell of freshly baked cookies. Bring a little cheer to your loved ones by organizing some COVID-friendly porch drop-off’s.
Feed the Needy
If you have enough to feed your family, you may want to consider making giveaway bags of non-perishable food items to those who have been hit hardest by the pandemic. It’s a great lesson for children and will feed your soul and the souls of those who may need it most.
This activity will bring warmth to your heart and is a great family activity for the whole family.
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Roses have many different meanings depending on the color you choose. If you want to do something truly remarkable for those you love and cannot see, why not drop off beautiful roses that will last beyond this pandemic, on each of their doorsteps, to let them know you’re thinking of them in solidarity through these difficult times.
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Create a COVID Advent Calendar
There are a million ways to put a smile on your face during this pandemic. Why not create an advent calendar of positive affirmations, lessons, and/or activities to brighten every day.
You’re not the only one going stir-crazy in lockdown mode during spring break. Arrange some Zoom calls with those who may be feeling the same. Even better, create some activities for you to do together, virtually.
Send Postcards or Letters to Loved Ones
Whether you make your own postcards or write letters, receiving a personal note or postcard in the mail is always heartwarming.
Meals from Scratch
Commit to making one meal from scratch each day of your spring break.
Learn to Play Chess
If The Queen’s Gambit doesn’t have you dying to learn the game of chess, this is a great time to learn something you may not have had time to learn before.
Spring break during a pandemic does not have to mean the end of fun. There are many ways to enjoy your time at home with those you love. Think of it as an opportunity to get your creative juices flowing.