I've never really thought of Easter as a religious holiday, having been raised in a secular household. The closest I ever came to that was seeing the "Afterschool Specials" where they talked about "The True Meaning of Easter(tm)", but it was always something that I regarded with a kind of... detachment, I guess, is the word. I think I was too young to understand that some people actually believed that that crud was really true.
Now, as an adult, it's even less a part of my life than it was in childhood. I have no children, so that's not a factor, and inasmuch as I almost never leave my house on Sundays in any event, there aren't really any societal aspects of it that affect me, either.
The closest Easter comes to impacting me isn't Easter itself, it's Good Friday. A lot of people take Good Friday as a personal day, and in the workplace, that seems to be pretty much accepted as a given. A month or so ago, my supervisor asked our team whether any of us would be taking Good Friday off. (I pointed to my scarlet "A" lapel pin and explained what it meant.)