We have spent almost the entire year 2020 with uncertainty because of the coronavirus, and we are likely to spend the remaining months of it very differently too. That includes the way we celebrate the Holidays. Christmas is undoubtedly one of the most awaited holidays of the year. It is dubbed as the Season for Giving, and the kids and adults alike are excited to exchange gifts with each other, get together over the Christmas Eve dinner, and enjoy the break with your loved ones.
However, since the pandemic struck, there are so many things that we are restricted to do. We can no longer gather in places without observing social distancing and we are required to wear masks when going outside so we will not be catching the deadly virus.
A lot of parents and breadwinners also are struggling in keeping their jobs. Businesses have downsized their workforce and some even closed their companies for good.
Despite the bad things that are happening, we can still do things to enjoy and celebrate the Holidays and make sure that we keep the tradition alive.