How to celebrate Christmas at home in 2020

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Update time : 2020-12-16 08:58


Christmas 2020 will certainly be different, but there are plenty of ways to spread holiday cheer while keeping your family safe. and help bolster our mental health during and after the 2020 holiday season

1. Mail Cookies to Loved Ones
No matter how close or far your loved ones are this year, you can spread some holiday cheer by mailing holiday cookies to them.


2. Visit with Santa—at Home
Your kids can still get quality face time with the big guy if one of your family members is willing to don a Santa suit and play the part.


3. Play with children and make crafts
The company of parents is the best toy for children.
Feel free to accompany your children to make mistakes, such as spilling sauce on the table or the floor, toys are thrown everywhere, because they have grown up in a blink of an eye, and will never sprinkle sauce on the table cutely. As for the cleaning troubles, leave it to our vacuum cleaner and steam machine.


4. BBQ
In the living room or courtyard, lift beer and drinks, BBQ. Give the oily smell of BBQ to our atomizing
deodorizer machine


5. Let's try Chinese hot pot
In China, we say that there is no problem that cannot be solved by hot pot. If there is, we will have two hot pot meals.Give the oily smell of hot pot to our atomizing deodorizer machine.


6. Fitness at home, exercise
For friends who do not usually exercise, choose some aerobic exercises, such as skipping rope, yoga, trampoline, and do not exceed 30 minutes a day. Let the body slowly adapt to exercise to ensure a healthier body.


7. Listen to music
Music, like food, can relax our body and heal our heart.


8. Video Chat to Open Gifts
Your can still gather your family around the Christmas tree to open gifts this year—even if it’s only virtually. It’s easy to set up a video chat using Zoom or Facebook Messenger, and it will allow you to share the holiday spirit face-to-face.


9. Watch Christmas Classics
What better way to celebrate the holiday than with a Christmas movie marathon? you can always revisit classics, such as It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street and Elf.