14 / 02 / 22

The end of restrictions lift the mood in celebrating lives

Life is returning to normal in many parts of the UK. Now that the restrictions have been lifted, people can finally get back to their everyday lives. This includes celebrating life in the way they want, with less worry and fear about the pandemic. Although understandably, there are still some feelings and fears that surround this.

Should I still wear a face mask?

Although it is no longer necessary to wear a face mask, you should still consider it if it feels like the right thing to do for you. Some people still want to wear one because they feel it adds a layer of protection against viruses that will prevent them becoming ill.  Particularly when others around them may not be wearing one or in large gatherings such as events.

The safest thing you can do is to take the necessary precautions and continue to be aware of any public health announcements, especially if you are in an area or situation where others around you may come into contact with other people who might be ill.

What’s the best way to reconnect with others after the pandemic?

There is no clear answer to this question. It’s important that you listen and think about how others around you feel and what they want to do, rather than forcing them into activities. Some may prefer to stay away from social occasions and gatherings for a while until they’re ready to face it again.

Then again, there are also alternative ways to reconnect with others, such as online social networks and activities such as walking or running. These are great ways of keeping fit while reconnecting with old friends, family or colleagues at the same time.

How can I celebrate life after the pandemic?

Before the pandemic, people celebrated life in many ways. However, during the pandemic, it was difficult to come together with friends and family for major celebrations without worrying about what could happen next.

Now that restrictions have lifted, it’s safe to start celebrating again if you want to. It is also wonderful to spend more time with the people you love. You can, for instance, set a date to meet as a first step.

Equally, to remember those you may have lost during the pandemic, you may wish to create a photo memorial, a social media memorial page for others to share or produce a video eulogy.

I want to change my focus and plan for the future.

It’s natural to fear the unknown, but worrying about something that might happen in the future can mean you carry the burden of unnecessary stress and worry. What you do now is just as important as what happens tomorrow or next week.

You can take control of your fears by arranging a prepaid funeral plan for peace of mind that everything will be covered when the time comes.

Pre-planning your funeral also takes away the emotional stress for your loved ones, and ultimately, you choose how you want to celebrate your life.

Why choose Prosperous Life for my prepaid funeral plan?

At Prosperous Life, we offer fixed price funeral plans to avoid you having to pay large funeral costs in the future. Plus, we safeguard your funds in The Great British Funeral Trust, so your money is fully secured. Our customers also enjoy various flexible payment options.

Because we know that planning your funeral can be a daunting task, our team of specialist funeral plan managers will be here to support you in finding the right plan for you. You can request a callback from our team today or call us on 0800 046 5903.


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