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Thanksgiving: It’s Easier Than You Think

Stumped for Thanksgiving ideas? Stressed about pulling it off? Make a plan, because Thanksgiving is easier than you think.

Turkey, soft sweet potatoes, stuffing, chunky mashed potatoes, green beans, big table, family, loved ones and pumpkin pie with fluffy whipped cream pillows on top. No presents, no shopping. It’s about the food and being together. That’s it.

Thanksgiving - It's Easier Than You Think

Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday of the year. (Which is kinda funny, considering my birthday is five days before Christmas.) I love that the entire holiday is about food and spending time with those we love, whoever that might be. But, for many people, Thanksgiving is stressful. There’s a lot of planning that goes into making a very elaborate dinner come together perfectly all at once. But, it doesn’t have to be like that.

Thanksgiving should be something you enjoy too.

For the first twelve days of November, I’m sharing tips on making this Thanksgiving the best one ever. You’ll have some ideas and tips to make that meal and the day with your family one you can also enjoy. It can be memorable and not leave you passed out on the kitchen floor.

And hey, I get you’re busy, so if it’s easier, just check back on this page. I’ll be posting updates and links to all the tips on this lil’ space down below.

Hope you’ll join me. It’s going to be the best Thanksgiving ever!

Thanksgiving:
It’s Easier Than You Think

  1. Easy Meal Planning
  2. How To: Make Your Own Dry Bread Cubes
  3. How To: Slow Cooker Chicken Stock
  4. Thanksgiving Decor & Table Craft Ideas
  5. Coordinate the Thanksgiving Gathering
  6. Setting the Table
  7. Easy Thanksgiving Morning Breakfast
  8. Thanksgiving Day Timeline Planner
  9. Preview Those Thanksgiving Recipes!
  10. Thanksgiving Easy Button
  11. Thanksgiving: Time to Stock Up On the Basics
  12. Thanksgiving: Prep Ahead of Time

What’s your best Thanksgiving tip? Please share in the comments below!

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