It’s that time of year again. I love Thanksgiving, but man, is it a lot of work.
I don’t have visitors (most years), but I do know what it is like to prepare the house for guests and family to stay over. With a little preparation and planning, having visitors can be a little less stressful. Not to mention all the food that you have to prepare.
Even though I don’t have visitors, I do like to have the house clean and presentable. Thanksgiving is a special occasion and I want my family to feel like they are special, despite the fact that it is just the four of us. I also like to have a big spread. One of my fondest childhood memories is of sitting around the Thanksgiving table and having a ton of wonderful food. I want my kids to have the same experience.
In order to be a little more organized this year, I created a Thanksgiving Checklist to help me stay on track. I have things that need to be accomplished every week, then in the days leading up to Thanksgiving. I love to be organized, and lists are the way to go for me. I made it editable in Google Docs so I have it on my phone and my desktop and can edit it as I need to.
I am offering a free link to my checklist. Please feel free to save your own copy and make adjustments as needed. If it helps you out in any way, please let me know.
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