3 ways to stay connected with loved ones during Covid-19Syah Ismail
A lot of us are missing partners, friends and family right now. With the pandemic requiring everyone to isolate at home as much as possible, the people you normally meet up with for weekly drinks or monthly get-togethers are suddenly available only through a screen.
Stuck at home doesn’t mean isolating yourself from the world completely! In conjunction with Single’s Day, we are offering a Friendship Package that helps you virtually stay in touch with your friends and family. Check-in with your loved ones regularly to uplift each other’s moods!
Doctors recommend checking in regularly with friends and family through social media and even getting creative with communication apps. Here are three ideas that go beyond just a phone call or text that are perfect for connecting people.
This pandemic is the perfect opportunity to brighten up someone’s day (and support your local post service) by sending them mail that isn’t just coupons or bills. You can get creative by sending letters with hand-decorated envelopes. Time to break out your stationary sets!
Start a book club
We’re spending the majority of our time indoors right now, and for most of us, that means a lot more idle screen time. Starting a remote book club with your friends will force you to put your phone down and get back to reading. Plus, it gives you a dedicated meeting time to catch up and see each other’s faces via video calls.
Have a socially-distanced movie night
There’s nothing like a movie night to make you feel nostalgic about childhood sleepovers or trips to the theatre. The good news is that you can now have movie nights remotely. No, it’s not quite as good as cuddling up on the couch together with shared snacks but for now it’s great.
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