A glittery idea, definitely!

With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic happening around the world, folks have been spreading cheer in a simple then again inspiring way: Christmas fanatics are decorating their homes with festive lights.

That’s correct! Christmas has come early, and it’s lights up folks’s mood all over the place the COVID-19 outbreak.

Many have taken to social media to proportion their decorations, which range from vibrant lights dangling on house home windows and doors to creating shapes with their lights. For example, one explicit individual created a middle that hung outdoor their balcony for everyone to see.

“I saw something posted on this topic earlier today and I couldn’t stop thinking about how something so small like Christmas lights can lift people’s spirits during such a difficult time,” Heather Johnson, who joined in on the amusing and shared her decorations on Instagram, urged E! News. “It’s something easy (and pretty) homes can do to display hope for each other… for our world, really!”

Another explicit individual urged us they spotted this festive idea as an opportunity to “show love and support to one another.”

“I saw the trend on Twitter today and wanted to be a part of it,” Carson Jean expressed. “I feel like the lights are a reminder that we’re all in this together and that we’re going to come out of this stronger than ever. I hope that everyone takes part in the #lightsforlife trend to show love and support to one another.”

And on account of people are training social distancing, that doesn’t indicate it is a should to leave your home to see folks’s décor. You can however take in that Christmas cheer by the use of scrolling by way of Twitter and Instagram, where many are sharing their lit up homes.

According to a few, this actual and heartwarming movement is known as “Lights For Life,” which you are able to merely search on your fave social media platforms.

“You don’t have to break isolation in order to look at people’s lights,” Sarah Bang outlined to us, and shared the heartfelt design she produced from her private lights. “Since I was home anyway, it was no great effort on my part to string up some lights in order to cheer people up and give them hope. I wanted to send some love and light out into the world, so I made a heart.”

So if you’ll want to use just a bit pick-me-up all over the place this time, you are able to each join in on the amusing and beautify your home or scroll by way of your Twitter and Instagram feed!