In the midst of the pandemic, it can be more difficult to look forward to the holidays that make the fall season worth looking forward to. While we must take more precautions this year, it is still possible for us to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family. Even though this year is anything but normal, we can still maintain some of the same traditions we have always enjoyed. Here are just a few ways you can celebrate Thanksgiving, while staying safe and staying socially distanced.
- Have a smaller gathering with close friends or family.
Even though we might be used to crowded holiday dinners with relatives filling table after table, a smaller gathering could be a refreshing way to celebrate Thanksgiving. By hosting a smaller dinner party, you will not only be able to have more meaningful conversations, but minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Invite over a few close friends or just your immediate family. Thanksgiving can still be a valuable time to catch up with loved ones and reunite over a delicious meal.