Halloween is over and it’s on to the next great holiday. Thanksgiving is for family and friends, entertaining, or you just may spend that time in quiet gratitude. But, no matter how you will spend your holiday, if you are prepared, you’ll enjoy your holiday so much more. Therefore, we have found some tips to get you started while there is still plenty of time. You’ll enjoy a lovely Thanksgiving and have a head start on Christmas, too.
Getting organized for your holiday rush:
Holiday events: If you and your family enjoy holiday productions, then order tickets early to assure you’ll get the best tickets before they sell out. Special shows sell out fast and you don’t want to be left out.
Travel: If you’re planning a trip for the holidays, be sure to book your travel arrangements now. Thanksgiving is the busiest time for travel, so get your tickets weeks in advance.
Outside décor: Decorate the outside of your home so that quests will feel more welcome. It will help everyone to be in the spirit of the season. Use door wreaths, makeover planters and outside pots with fall colors and things you can gather from the yard.
Inside décor: Decorate your home’s interior with a fall wreath for the wall. Make a centerpiece for the Thanksgiving table. Make these items ahead of time and get the kids involved to make it a family project. They’ll enjoy finding things to use from outdoors such as branches with berries, pine cones, and foliage that is bright with fall colors.
Menu: Plan your holiday menus and shop for items that will keep for some time to lighten your load closer to the big day. Also, plan your guest list and get those invitations in the mail. If you plan to have over night guest, consider items you’ll need to make their stay more enjoyable and get that shopping done as well.
Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy your Thanksgiving!
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