COVID-19 has made sure that this coming Labor Day Weekend won’t be celebrated like Labor Days in the past. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a good time during your few days off from work. If you’re scratching your head about what to do this Labor Day Weekend, here are a few ideas to get you started:
The weather will still be nice and warm for the next few weeks, so take advantage of it! Camping out in the great outdoors can be a fun and relaxing time, while also allowing you to stay socially distant.
While you may not be able to have a huge barbecue with dozens of people this year, you can still have one with a few of your closest friends or family members. Set up some chairs and tables that are appropriately spread out and try to avoid any foods that require a dip for people to share (such as a veggie platter or chips and dip).
If you live near a river, lake, or ocean, then take this opportunity to get out on the water! Kayaking, boating, or fishing are all great activities to do with your family that won’t put anyone else at risk. Plus, with summer winding down, you better enjoy these warm days as much as you can.
We can’t attend major league baseball games right now, but we can watch them at home. If you have one, set up a projector in your backyard and then invite a few of your friends over to enjoy the game. Put some hotdogs on the grill or some peanuts in a bowl and it’ll feel like you’re back in the stadium once again.
While you’re enjoying your Labor Day Weekend, don’t forget to properly protect yourself by wearing your favorite pair of shades. If you’re still looking for a pair, look through our collection at ShadeTree Sunglasses to get started!
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