5 Fun Things To Do This Holiday

December 23, 2020

Christmas is two days away, and we have taken the liberty to recommend five things to make the holiday period even more interesting for you.

Enjoy!

1. Eat anyhow

You’ve had a long year, and honestly, you should take it out on all the food you come across this Christmas. Dieting can start next year. Add it to your new year resolutions.

2. Sleep

Everyone thought working from home was going to be fun until we all started working from home. Omo. This holidays, just rest. Sleep like you won’t sleep again next year. You’ll need the energy for all 120 days of January.

3. Binge watch something

Open your Netflix app, pick a series and watch it from beginning to end.

Pros: You’ll develop a new character trait from your favorite character and your co-workers will find you interesting when you resume work next year.

4. Spend time with family

Stay at home and spend time with your family. COVID is still outside. Catch up on the year and share some laughs.

5. Donate to Christmas On The StreetZ

Every Christmas for the past nine years, Christmas On The StreetZ (COTS) has made the holidays beautiful for the residents of the Makoko community in Lagos through donations and financial assistance. The way 2020 has played out means that they’ll need our help more than ever this year.

If you want to donate cash, use these account details:
Name: African Disaster Rescue Initiative
Account Number: 2022486332
Bank: First Bank

You can use this Flutterwave link link: flutterwave.com/pay/cots2020

But cash isn’t the only thing COTS needs. You can volunteer to join the movement as well. Fill out this form if you’re interested: www.bit.ly/cotsvolunteer

For Sponsorship: Ada – 08183006972
For Donation inquiries: Yele – 08029464280
For Welfare Workforce: Olumide – 08165589240


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