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Plan Ahead to Simplify Thanksgiving Day

Plan Ahead for Simple Thanksgiving Preparation

By November 1, I have already started planning and shopping for Thanksgiving.

Joe and I are lousy housekeepers, and it usually takes us several days to get our home into holiday shape.

If we also have cooking to do during those days, we will end up being stressed out and irritable.

Not a good way to start the Thanksgiving holiday.

It's not because Thanksgiving is that much work; it isn't.

I'd just rather spread the work out over several weeks than worry about it all the week before the holiday.

Planning ahead makes all the difference in the world.

You can get the entire schedule and menu in Your Best Thanksgiving Ever!

Click on over for printable shopping lists, timelines, and all the recipes!

 

Photo courtesy of Hammer 51012 on Flickr

 

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4 thoughts on “Plan Ahead to Simplify Thanksgiving Day”

  1. Great ideas- I love the weekly schedule, it reminds me of my own. Planning ahead is the only thing that keeps me sane during the holidays. I'd love to link to this for my holiday series if you don't mind.

  2. Great ideas- I love the weekly schedule, it reminds me of my own. Planning ahead is the only thing that keeps me sane during the holidays. I'd love to link to this for my holiday series if you don't mind.

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