The month of Ramadan is coming to an end and Eid is knocking at the door. Everyone is either busy at home or at the office. Eid vacation will start in a few days. Who doesn’t want to make sure that everything is well placed? Time flies by when it’s Eid. You probably have come up with a plan for Eid decoration already. However, is Eid decoration only limited to interior decoration? Not at all! There are thousands of work but not enough time. Read below to know how you can take stress free preparation for the end of Ramadan.
Clean your house
Eid-ul-fitr means filling ourselves with purity and sacredness. It’s our duty to spread the sacredness within our surroundings as well. The first step is to clean the house. To celebrate such a holy occasion like Eid, your house should be clean as well. Let’s start with wiping off the floors. Take some time and make sure to dust off your furniture properly. After you’re done, put all the unnecessary things in your storeroom. If you want, you can repaint some of your furniture which might bring some newness in your interior.
Keep your living room well decorated
Take preparation for the end of Ramadan in the right way! The next step is to decorate your living. This is because you’re likely to spend the majority of your time here, whether it be watching TV with your family, or to talk over a cup of tea or simply just to entertain guests. You don’t have to do much; just change the covers of your sofa and throw pillows.You could even spread a carpet or a rug on the floor. Hanging the flowers in your vase and placing them all over the house, or to keep potted plants; these small changes will transform the look of your home.
Get done with Eid shopping
After all, it’s Eid shopping! Know what you want for Eid and make a list beforehand. Make sure to know the sizes of the clothes you’re likely to buy for your family members and their preferences. This will make shopping faster. You can even complete the Zakaat shopping. This is one of the advantages of making a list; you can finish your tasks faster!
Get done with Eid grocery shopping
After fasting for thirty days, we look forward to having a feast on Eid day. The morning starts with mother’s homemade Firni, Jorda and Shemai following with Chotpoti, Pudding and Barfi. For lunch, the usual menu is Polau, Chicken Roast or Biriyani. At night, fried rice and chow mein. All these food required pre planned grocery shopping. It’s best to do it earlier because later you may not find your preferred ingredients. That’s why, head out to your nearest supershops now!
Keep some time to yourself
It’s normal to not being able to find time for yourself amidst all the work. It’s important to focus on a little bit of self-care. However, it’s best not to visit any beauty parlor right before Eid since it might be crowded and because of that, the quality of their services may not be up to the mark. So, it’s better not to take a risk before such a special occasion.
You can pick up some self-care bits at your home. Make a face mask with lentil, milk and honey. You can even do your manicure and pedicure at home! Add two spoonfuls of shampoo and keep your feet drenched for half an hour. Afterwards, cut slices of lemon and rub it on your hands and feet. Also, don’t forget to apply henna on your hand on Chaand raat! Moreover, you can make a protein pack for your hair. How? Mix sour yogurt with an egg white, Mehendi and tea leaves. Keep your hair tied up for two to three hours, then wash it off. The end result will be healthy, shiny hair.
Were any of these tips helpful? How are you going to take preparation for the end of Ramadan? Don’t forget to let us know in the comment section below!