It doesn’t feel like the holy month of Ramadan is just counting the days. Even though they are still shrouded in worry due to the never ending pandemic, the Indonesian people still welcome the fasting in this month of Ramadan with great joy. Keluarga
If the previous month of Ramadan was synonymous with gathering with relatives or friends, this time the community was asked to comply with existing health protocols by not gathering so as to minimize the spike in positive cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia.
Quiet! Even so, Mama can still carry out the month of Ramadan more easily and meaningfully.
How to? Let’s see tips for fasting in the month of Ramadan a la Popmama.com. Could be an inspiration for Mama and family to carry out fasting later, Ma!
1 Prepare a stock of ingredients for breaking the fast and suhoor
In order to make fasting easier, Mama can prepare a stock of ingredients for breaking the fast and sahur in advance.
Also pay attention to the menu that will be served to families at home, make sure to serve nutritious and hygienic food so that your Mama’s family remains strong and healthy during the fasting service later. Kehidupan keluarga harmonis
In addition, Mama and her family also don’t need to leave the house to meet the food stock for breaking the fast and dawn meal.
You can take advantage of existing technology by shopping online which makes it easier and doesn’t make you crowd with lots of people.
2 Meet the needs of nutrients and fluids
Fasting starts from dawn to dusk, of course this makes the body lack fluid and nutritional intake during it. That is why it is important to meet energy, vitamin, and mineral intake when breaking the fast or suhoor.
As a mother, let’s complete the iftar menu and family meal at home with foods rich in complex carbohydrates as a source of energy, protein that can maintain endurance, and fiber to facilitate digestion. Keluarga Bahagia
Not only nutritional intake, Ma. It is also important to meet the family’s body fluids by continuing to drink enough water, starting from breaking the fast, to before sahur. This is to avoid the body lack of fluids or dehydration.
3 Keep the ties that are safer for health
Similar to the previous year, this Ramadan the Indonesian people are again encouraged to limit the crowd by not gathering, including gathering with family or friends.
Even so, you can still maintain the relationship in other ways, namely sending the food that Mama has prepared for the family by taking advantage of existing shipping expeditions.
Mama can also take advantage of video calls to keep the relationship close by virtually breaking the fast or also ngabuburit to fill free time before breaking the fast. Ibu dan anak
So even though gathering is still limited, you can still maintain the relationship between family and friends by utilizing existing technology. Besides being easier, of course it is safer to avoid crowds.
4 Giving charity makes use of existing technology
Just like before, Mama can also use technology to share. Sharing in the month of Ramadan is a good practice that will be multiplied by Allah SWT.
Even though you cannot share directly because of crowd restrictions, you can give charity through the cellphone that you have.
The method is also easy, you can use the sharing application, or also provide iftar meals for online couriers who deliver.
5 Trying to undo the intention of going home
The month of Ramadan is also synonymous with homecoming or returning home celebrations. However, the increasing number of positive cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia has prompted the government to again impose a ban on going home to all people.
It is important to know that giving up the intention to go home will not reduce the sanctity of the month of Ramadan, Ma. Instead, Mama will protect family and other people from the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus.
Returning to the previous discussion, Mama can still maintain close ties with family or friends in her hometown via video calls. In addition, you can save money for homecoming preparation for other urgent needs or for giving alms to people in need.
Those are some tips for running the month of Ramadan in the midst of a pandemic to make it easier and more meaningful. Even though it is still shrouded in the Covid-19 pandemic, Mama can still worship at home to maintain health and reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus.