Though our Easter celebrations will be anything but normal this year, we can still engage in connection with family and serve up some tasty food during quarantine! Now more than ever the world could use a fun holiday to remind us about what life is truly about and bring our loved ones together. Needing some ideas on how to make Easter special this year? We’ve got you covered:
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Keep the Brunch Going
You may have already been brunchin’ this whole quarantine (aka getting up at noon to eat breakfast), but we all know that Easter is the best time to get your brunch in. Indulge in all the classics like cinnamon rolls and quiche. Don’t forget about mimosas! We’ve got some great ways to spice up this drink in a blog post found here.
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Move the Hunt Indoors
The Easter bunny can still visit the kiddos! Move your egg hunt inside and do it quarantine style. This ought to make your little ones still feel like the day is special. Tuck the eggs around unexpected places in your home for a hunt that will keep them busy for a while!
Get Dressed Up
We’ve all exchanged work clothes for sweat pants, so let’s make this day extra special and actually get dressed up! Ring in the spring season with bold colors and pastels that will brighten up your sheltered in place wardrobe!
These special moments have definitely changed, but the time to connect and love on family and friends remain the same. Don’t forget to check in on a loved one that might not be near and
It seems like the piles of trash and waste is absolutely endless due to a rise in cooking at home during this quarantine. With today being “Learn About Composting Day”, I simply cannot think of a better time to learn how to utilize kitchen scraps. Finding alternatives to combat the sheer amount of waste that we produce is actually quite easier than some might think. If you are wanting to take the plunge into the world of composting and/or reducing your kitchen waste, here are a few simply ways you can spearhead the process:
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