Hit Sahel Guilt Free With These Family Gestures During Eid Vacation

Are you going to Sahel, with your friends, during Eid? Do you feel guilty about leaving your parents alone? Before they guilt-trip you into leaving them during Eid, here are five ways to make it up to them before heading for vacation.

Bake A Homemade Dessert 

What’s better than the smell of freshly baked dessert coming out of the oven on the first day of Eid day? You don’t have to be an expert, you could just follow a recipe of Chef Wedad’s goods and enjoy it with a cup of coffee, with your parents of course.

Treat Them To Breakfast By A Picturesque Nile View

Treat your parents to breakfast by the ultimate view. Try the View restaurant in Holiday Inn Maadi for a delectable experience. Get ready to enjoy quality family time and make memories together.

Fix Errands Around The House

Help out with house chores or fix the lightbulbs that have been broken for a month. If you’re going to do a complicated thing, download fixawy to help you with it.

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Pamper Your Mum With An In-home Spa

Pamper your mum with the full spa experience at home with the help of Rizek Egypt. She’ll be so relaxed to care that you’re about to leave for Sahel. Rizek also offers house maintenance and cleaning services if you want to spoil the entire family.

Binge-watch A Nostalgic Show With The Family

Prepare popcorn and snacks with a nostalgic series and binge-watch the entire thing together with your parents for some quality time and good laughs. 

Leave Them Notes Around The House

Write the notes and stick them around the house in random places as a gesture that you’ll miss them. With these random notes, you’ll make them smile whenever they find one for extra family love during the Eid season.

Pleasing your parents before traveling is an important aspect of ensuring a smooth and enjoyable trip. By following these tips, you can help ensure that your next trip is a memorable one for all the right reasons…including your parents’ blessings.

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