Well, hopefully you'll have a nice Easter weekend planned ahead of you. Now it’s time to bask in the joy of not one but two bank holidays. This year Easter is said to be the warmest Easter Holiday in a very long time.
If you'r not unpacking from your new move you may be lucky enough to have plans made going off to an event or festival, you'r bound to have a great time with the sun shining. But if you have every intent to avoid the hustle and bustle of a Bank Holiday avoiding the traffic and spend a little more time at home, we've got some ideas for you, provided you don't want to have a four day duvet day.
Catch up on that book you started
If you'r in the middle of reading a book or thinking of starting one, let your self have a few hours of nothing and relax with the perfect book this weekend. Be it a crime novel or romance, get cosy and indulge your self in that much deserved chill time.
Have your first BBQ of the year
The weather has been hit and miss this year so far, saying that you may have had a couple of BBQs already. For those of you who haven't had the time or been lucky with the weather this Easter weekend, this is the perfect opportunity to have friends round and enjoy a glass or your favourite beverage along with what every your indulge yourself on the BBQ.
Cocktails with that BBQ
There are some great mocktails out there if you prefer not to drink alcohol. You can google almost any drink today, and i'm sure you'll find something that makes you want to mix up that drink to celebrate the long weekend.
Finish your DIY
If you feel that you just can't relax and crank up the BBQ or chill and read that book, make yourself that mocktail and try and finish all those unfinished jobs around the home. This is the perfect time with the weather at sensible temperatures, the Autumn Bank Holidays will probably be too cold and you'r probably not going to want to go outside to do them. You'll feel so much better without half finished projects hanging over you. If you get them done in the two days you can utilise the other two days eating out in the garden with a delicious drink, catching up on that much deserved read.
If you don't feel like doing any of the above there is alway a good declutter. Take a good look at all your stuff and get rid of anything you don't need. If ever there is a time to be ruthless rather than sentimental, this is it. Make three piles for your unwanted items: Donate, Sell and Bin. You could hold a garage sale or do a car-boot, this is the perfect weekend for this occasion. What's left over take to charity. Things that are sentimental and are small and flat, scrapbooking is a great way to hold your memories close.
We would like to wish you and all our customers a Happy Easter. If you have any questions or would like to book a Removals with us please do not hesitate to give us a call.