5 Ways to Make Ramadhan Easier for Your Parents

5 Ways to Make Ramadhan Easier for Your Parents5 Ways to Make Ramadhan Easier for Your Parents

5 Ways to Make Ramadhan Easier for Your Parents

In Islam, the status of mothers and fathers are placed very highly, and therefore you’ll find our Muslim friends place extra importance towards their family. Since we are now less than 2 weeks from celebrating Raya, we’d like to suggest some ways for our Muslim friends to keep on practice good habits of the rest of the holy month, and let your parents know how much you care!

Surprise them by waking up early and prepare sahurSurprise them by waking up early and prepare sahur

1. Surprise them by waking up early and prepare sahur

One of the easiest and very meaningful ways to show appreciation to your parents is to wake up earlier and prepare sahur before they wake up. Preparing dishes is now even easier with technologically advanced kitchen appliances, such as air fryer , multi cooker , and slow juicer ! If your family is the type that prefers to eat full meals during sahur, these appliances will definitely help you out.

Have a household cleaning roster with your siblingsHave a household cleaning roster with your siblings

2. Have a household cleaning roster with your siblings

The Ramadhan month can be a tiring one, as your energy levels become lower as they day goes on. Why not share the chores together with your siblings and take some load off your parents? For example, you could clean the kitchen while your brother is taking care of the laundry. If you need to replace appliances needed such as washing machine and vacuum cleaners , this is the time to do so at our stores too!

Plan meals for sahur and iftarPlan meals for sahur and iftar

3. Plan meals for sahur and iftar

We’re sure that your parents are exhausted after all the planning involved for the meals. You can try coming up with a menu plan for the coming week as well, thus saving a lot of hassle during meal times! Here we have some suggested meal plans for a healthy Ramadhan, maybe it will inspire you to create tasty meals for your family too!

4. Show special appreciation for your parents

All parents do care for their children without asking for anything in return. This Ramadhan can be a start where you start showing appreciation by doing little acts of kindness, such as setting up prayer garments and mats for prayers. These little acts will definitely be appreciated, as we spend even more time at home during the pandemic.

Set up video chats with other family membersSet up video chats with other family members

5. Set up video chats with other family members

When mentioning about the pandemic, one thing that is always on everyone’s mind will be the inter-state travel ban going on right now in Malaysia. We might not be able to cross state borders to spend the holy month with our aunts, uncles and cousins, but we could help our parents to set up video calls for a catch up session! With all the apps like Google meet, Whatsapp, and Zoom, setting video calls have never been easier. All you need is a good gadget and you’re good to go!

Introducing the New Vivo V21!

The Vivo V21 might just be the gadget you’re looking for this Ramadhan – for them to connect with the extended family, and to show your appreciation to them! The 44MP OIS front camera is especially useful during video calls, and the 64MP OIS rear camera is wonderful to record all the wonderful memories during Ramadhan (and the upcoming Raya too!) With a 7.29mm Ultra Slim matte glass design and weigh a mere 176 grams, it won’t feel heavy at all in their hands.

 

Take a look at the pre-order that’s happening from now until this 4th of May!

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