For some, getting into the Christmas spirit begins on November 1st and that means decorations and Christmas music begins to be played. For others, it's a time to defend Thanksgiving and the Christmas season doesn't begin until after Thanksgiving...
You get home from work after a long week and you think how your house is a mess. You may have a small group of people coming over for Thanksgiving tomorrow. You need to clean. It is obvious that the mess is too much for you.
We all know that our Thanksgiving's don't necessarily look the same way that they have in the past. We get that we have to make some changes. What are you doing this year? Every choice comes with some sort of risk.
So if you haven't flown and you plan on doing so for Thanksgiving here are some things to expect and ways to keep yourself healthy and safe. First of all wearing a mask is a must. The only time you get to take it off is when they are checking your ID....or if you are taking a drink or eating food. Otherwise keep it on.
Here we are all making out decisions on how we are going to handle Thanksgiving this year. Are we going to have a small dinner at our home with immediate family? Are we going to invite people over and have a gathering?
We are all dreaming about that delicious meal or meals we may be sitting down to next week for Thanksgiving. You will probably be eating a lot of turkey. You may end up making a lot of soups or casseroles in the days after. You may be looking for new recipes to use it all up.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to spend time with loved ones over a delicious meal full of carbs! I've rustled up some great cookware to make your time in the kitchen better and cleanup easier so you can spend time with your family and friends.