Ultech Engineering wishes all Muslim clients celebrating a happy and blessed Hari Raya Eid al-Fitr! 🕌🌙✨ Eid Mubarak! The festivities are here and it's time to celebrate with loved ones. Whether you're planning a road trip or a house visit, it's important to keep safety in mind during this joyous occasion. Here are five tips for a smooth and joyous long weekend holiday.
If you're hitting the road, make sure to prepare your vehicle beforehand. Check the brakes, tires, and fluid levels to ensure everything is in working order. It's also a good idea to plan your route ahead of time and share it with someone trustworthy. If possible, avoid driving at night or during peak traffic hours to reduce the risk of accidents
When arriving at your destination, be sure to follow social distancing guidelines and wear a mask. It's understandable to want to hug and greet loved ones, but it's important to prioritize everyone's health and safety. Consider alternative ways of showing affection, such as a wave or verbal greeting.
If you'll be visiting family and friends, make sure to confirm your plans well in advance and communicate any expectations or requirements. Bring small gifts or treats for your hosts and be respectful of their customs and traditions.
If you're planning to host a house visiting event, make sure to follow your local guidelines and limit the number of guests. Encourage your guests to bring their own food and drinks and to wear masks when not eating or drinking. Provide hand sanitizer and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, and tables.
Everyone likes to don the best threads during Eid al-Fitri but it's also a good idea to be in comfortable clothes and shoes, as you may be spending a lot of time on your feet. When creating matching family outfits, wear comfortable (but fashionable!) clothing.
Lastly, a holiday is a time to relax and unwind, so try to avoid over-scheduling and take some time to rest. Whether you're on a road trip or visiting houses, ensure you have ample time to enjoy the sights, sounds, and flavors of the season.
Following these tips can help ensure a smooth and enjoyable long weekend break. Whether you're hitting the road or visiting houses, planning ahead and taking care of yourself are key to having a stress-free and memorable holiday.