Happy Thanksgiving! This week has been such a crazy week with Thanksgiving and all of the early Black Friday sales going on. As a blogger, it’s probably the most overwhelming week out of the whole year. I never post every single day of the week, but I really wanted to try and even out shopping guides/sales round ups and personal/lifestyle content to not overwhelm you all as well.
In the midst of this crazy week, I wanted to take this time on Thanksgiving to write out all the things I’m thankful for this year with the year that 2020 has been. No matter how you’re celebrating today, I encourage you all to take some time out of the day as well and step away from the Black Friday deals for a minute and really reflect on this year and all the positives in your life rather than focusing on the negative; what are things you’re thankful and grateful for? If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to really appreciate the things you do have than the things you don’t, and that has made all the difference.
With Thanksgiving just two weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving feasts and all the food that goes along with the upcoming holiday. But more importantly, the solution to making your Thanksgiving leftovers last longer! We always have a ton of Thanksgiving leftovers in our household that lasts us at least a week, if not more, and have found the perfect solution to make our leftovers last, because taste matters!
While Thanksgiving may look a bit different this year, it’s always fun to put together that cute “wear to the living room” outfit. I took a poll on my Instagram stories this past week and a lot of you voted that you’d be dressing pretty casual for Thanksgiving this year rather than dressing up, so today I’ll be sharing a couple casual Thanksgiving outfit ideas to wear for the holiday that look a little dressed up, and also a little festive.
It just occurred to me that Thanksgiving is already only less than 3 weeks away, so crazy! Fortunately, I’ve already got my outfit that I’ll be wearing to the dinner table all picked out and ready to go that I hope gives you all a little inspiration on what to wear for your Thanksgiving festivities this year too!
It is so hard to believe that Thanksgiving is already nearly two weeks away and that we’re already a week into November! This year is going by SO fast, it’s crazy!
For the past week, I’ve been starting to figure out my Thanksgiving outfit and definitely wanted to stick with the neutrals (because they’re my fave!) I wanted something a little dressy but also a little casual and comfortable for all the feasting lol. I feel like picking an outfit for Thanksgiving is actually kind of hard because, for me, I like to dress cute and a little fancy because it’s a holiday, however, there is SO much feasting that I also want to dress comfortably too haha.