1. Virtual Holiday Get-Togethers
If you’re anything like the average person, you’re probably slowly tiring of seeing colleagues, friends, and classmates through a screen. But Zoom, Google Meet, and other video calling software have been life-saving (in the most literal of senses) throughout this pandemic.
Sure, they don’t offer the most personable of experiences, but they’re 100% the safest of all alternatives. And we don’t know about you, but most of us aren’t fans of Turkey and gravy with a side of risking our health.
Despite how much numbers have dropped in your area, if they even have, the coronavirus has not gone away. Social gatherings are still not safe, with eating posing an ever higher threat — since mouths are open and masks are off.
So take it from us and all the health officials; keep your gatherings virtual. That may mean hosting them yourself, which’ll make for a whole new social goal in itself.
Don’t sacrifice all the fun and cheer of the holiday season for your safety.