While most people visualize their Thanksgiving Day as a warm and loving time surrounded by family, cozy aromas of turkey and stuffing cooking in the oven and feelings of gratitude, it can also induce stress brought on by high expectations, hectic preparation for the big day, family spats and nagging worries of overeating. It’s things like this that build up and many times take the joy out of what could be a beautiful Thanksgiving holiday.
With some careful preparation and a bit of organization, Thanksgiving day can turn into the warm, memorable holiday you’ve imagined.
The key is to be prepared in advance before the holiday to create your ideal Thanksgiving, one without stress and chaos.
If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner there are 10 things on your checklist to make it as stress-free and enjoyable as possible.
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