(Family Features) A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, finding safe ways to celebrate special events like birthdays can provide a boost for mental health. Whether you’re celebrating a kid or a kid at heart, planning a socially distant birthday party is a way to enjoy some camaraderie and honor life’s important milestones.
Younger partygoers may be more difficult to corral than adults who have a better understanding of social distancing guidelines. That’s why it’s a good idea to host kids’ parties outdoors.
Like kids, many adults are simply craving personal interaction, so even the simplest of gatherings can make a birthday feel special.
Look for more entertaining advice in a COVID world and beyond at eLivingtoday.com.
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