Thanksgiving has become all about gratitude, right? They say one of the best ways to become more grateful for what you’ve got is by volunteering to support those around you. So if you’re willing, what can you do?
Well, if you decide to forgo in-person holiday festivities or can’t make traveling happen this year, I get it. So to mediate the circumstances, here are five option to preserve that quality time feel with others while also keeping distant and safe too:
Since this is my second to last post of November and Thanksgiving itself is over, I’m going to do something a little different.
After successfully eating far too much food yesterday and continuing to munch on leftovers throughout the day, there’s nothing quite like the holidays. We all have our own traditions, like decorating the house for Christmas the moment Turkey day is over, or filling the house with Christmas music a little early because it’s never too…Read more From Food to Family– Holidays Through the Ages