Thanksgiving and Quarantine
Thanksgiving is all about being with friends and family and that’s the holiday you don’t want to be alone or miss all the fun. The best way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is to avoid large indoor gatherings and keep it very intimate within the close family circle as the pandemic situation is still not over yet and the cases are surging daily. It might feel different this year and the quarantine period, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring.
The good part is that you can still celebrate it the traditional way as you used to such as having thanksgiving turkey and pumpkin pie. To make it all fun, you can do a couple of fun activities at home with your family members or have some outdoor entertainment like bocce ball, cornhole, croquet, and badminton can be played while maintaining social distancing which is very important at this time.
Another thing you can do is try planning a virtual thanksgiving celebration with your friends and those family members who can’t physically be with you. The point is to make the most of what we have and still not forget to be grateful since it’s the season of gratitude. You can even coordinate menus with people who will be connecting virtually with you and have dinner together at the same time so you feel you are still in the same space with them. Besides, you can try adding some festive touches to set the thanksgiving mood for everyone in the home.
Another thing that you may look forward to is that we are organizing an interactive Facebook Live this Thanksgiving, to keep the spirit of Thanksgiving alive. If you’d like to be a part of it, you can register here.
Having said that all, we now wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving in advance and hope you enjoy the same and more as you did last year.