16 Dec Safe Holiday Activities for an at Home Celebration! | Scoop Sorority
I think we can all agree it’s been a long year. The holiday season is here again, and like the rest of 2020, we might have to be a little creative with how we spend our time.
Luckily, there are still plenty of festive activities you can do safely from home.
With all the free time on our hands, it can be incredibly fulfilling to have a little project to work on. More specifically, a project that makes your home smell like Christmas!
You can make homemade Potpourri with relatively few materials and a crock pot- making your living space just a little more festive this year.
Zoom Gingerbread Contest
A classic with a 2020 twist! Making a gingerbread house alone is fine and well, but a little competition can liven it up and get your creative juices flowing.
The added benefit of doing this over Zoom is the surprise of revealing your delicious architecture and how much of it you’ve eaten in the process.
Christmas Lights Drive
This is a tradition that luckily goes largely unchanged, especially in colder places.
We all know that one neighborhood that goes way harder than the rest with the decorating game, and just as ever, you don’t even have to leave the car.
Teleparty Christmas Movie
Teleparty , formerly Netflix Party, has been a lifesaver this year for many, myself included, who enjoy the much-needed ritual of movie-watching together.
There is no shortage of holiday flicks on streaming services, so if you haven’t already watched “Love, Actually” again with your friends, you need to catch up.
Peppermint Taste Test
If there’s one thing stores are in no short supply of, it’s peppermint products. One way to take advantage of this abundance of choice is determining the best one with the peppermint food taste test.
You may be surprised at how many ways peppermint can be combined with your everyday foods, and even more, which ones you and yours have been missing out on all along!
Hot Cocoa Happy Hour
I am certainly no stranger to gathering on Zoom with a few drinks, and I have a feeling you aren’t either.
While there’s no shame in enjoying your cocoa alone however you like it, marking out a time to enjoy it with friends at a distance with a cute theme can make the holidays a little warmer in a very cold year.