As you know, the 23rd of this month is Thanksgiving. So I did some research and found some great stuff for you :)
- Cutting Firewood
Need to kill time while waiting for the big meal? Lend a helping hand by building up the household firewood stockpile.
- Make a DIY Candle
This warm and cozy craft is a great way to repurpose a vintage vessel and set the mood for the late night. To make it, string wicks on skewers and place them over the opening to hold them in place. (The larger the vessel, the more wicks you will need for even burning. For a vessel larger than 3 inches, consider one wick for every inch.) Melt the soy wax beeswax according to the package instructions and pour it into the opening.
- Take a Drive
Back home for the Thanksgiving holiday? While you wait for the table to be set, pass by your favorite spots.
- Reading a book
Picture this: you, a warm blanket, a hot cup of tea and a page turner who just can't put it down. Does any Thanksgiving event sound more fun than that?
- Plan a Photo Shoot
Now is the perfect time to invite your nearest and dearest to a seasonal photo shoot to share on social media.
- Decorate Your Front Porch
Are you expecting guests later? Make their greetings more festive by adding a few cozy touches to your front porch. Added bonus: A blanket ladder will make after-dinner patio gatherings even more enjoyable! But of course this can also be the door of your apartment, you can put cookies with wonderful ornaments and write "Happy Thanksgiving".
- Look at Family Photos
Take a stroll down memory lane with older relatives by combing through your family photo albums. After all, Thanksgiving is nothing if not the perfect time to share stories of past events, both big and small.
- Play the game
Whether you make your own tic-tac-toe board or decide to try your hand at something more complicated, Thanksgiving games are always a great way to entertain the whole family.
- Play Ball
Throwing pork rinds around is a classic post-feast activity. Not a soccer fan? Consider other pastimes like horseshoes, bocce or cornhole.
- Watch a Holiday Classic
You may have a favorite movie with your family or with your significant other or friends, but this is a must for Thanksgiving.
I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!