Your Thanksgiving Day Check-List

Hello Friends and welcome to the blog today.

How is everyone doing on this Veterans Day!  I would like to take a moment to honor our people that serve, and continue to protect this country in good and bad times.  Thank You! for your service.

I hope everyone is going well, taking a moment to enjoy the time off, staying hydrated, and checking in with friends and family.

Usually, around this time I do a “Prep For Holiday Guest Post” that still has a lot of great tips to get your home ready, but in an effort to give you something fresh and new I’ve gone a different route.  With a little help from PBS Food, and via my own experience I’ve created this Thanksgiving Day (Prep) Checklist to help you get ready for the holiday.

Click the image for the two-page printable!

Scents for the Season

I’m also sharing this printable I created of essential oils perfect for heating up during the holiday. You can also make an AP cleaner with a mix of vinegar, and a little dish soap with a few drops when you clean.

Click on the image for the printable!

Even though I’m 1-week late with this printable it still serves as a great checklist broken down by the week of things you can do if you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year. I’m also trying to do better about updating my free printables page, so everything is in one place.

The only thing I’ve done so far is go over my menu, but I haven’t set a budget or planned my table decor.  I know what I want but it’s because it’s live greens and pumkins I’ll wait until next week for those.  Holidays can be stressful so I hope my list helps (in some way) to eliminate some of that stress.

Thanks so much for visiting the blog today.  Don’t forget to follow and subscribe, as I really appreciate the support. — Peace

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