COVID has rained on everybody’s parade in 2020 (and that’s just the least of it of course)… Don’t let it rain all over your New Year’s party plans. Just because we’re all doing our part to keep our neighbors safe by socially distancing ourselves, doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of the situation we’ve been handed. An online New Years party is definitely not off the table. In fact, we’ve got some really fun ideas you can implement to actually enjoy yourselves as you say goodbye to 2020 and ring in 2021.
Although hosting an online New Years party will require more planning ahead of time than an in-person event, you can still create a lot of great memories for your friends and family. And don’t worry, we’ve got all the details to make it happen.
In any given year that brings about some sort of difficulty in the lives of those we care about, writing Christmas wishes becomes a tricky task. What to write in a Christmas card when hardships took place throughout the year? This is the unfortunate and unique situation essentially everyone finds themselves in this year. Pretty much everyone has faced some sort of struggle in 2020 in varying degrees. So, how do we even begin to write our Christmas wishes after having experienced the sh*t storm that was 2020?
The good news is that everyone is in this together and with 2021 just around the corner it’s safe to say everyone on your Christmas list will be happy to wave 2020 goodbye. Christmas is a time to spread love and joy so writing your Christmas card message is actually a great opportunity to add a little positivity into your loved ones’ lives. Instead of seeing this as yet another hurdle to overcome, we’re choosing to see our Christmas wishes as tiny little presents we hope will spark some joy. And we’ve made it easy as pumpkin pie to write your own Christmas wishes that will do the same for everyone on your list.
It’s safe to say this year has been no picnic. Whatever grand plans we had for 2020 likely had to be paused. Just because the rest of the year has felt like one giant garbage fire doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try to end the year on a somewhat higher less-garbage-firey-note. As the 2020 holiday season approaches we wanted to take a moment to make some plans we could actually keep. Hello social distanced holiday festivities! 2020 may put a damper on any big gathering plans, but don’t let that get you down. We’ve brainstormed some fun socially distant ideas for the 2020 holiday season.
Looking for some guidance on how to write your Thanksgiving message? Thankfully (pun intended) you’ve found the right place! We’ve got everything from message examples you can customize for yourself as well as tips on how to go about writing your Thanksgiving wishes — all the things to include as well as avoid!