I’m writing this blog post from my home office, recovering from COVID-19, quarantining along with the rest of my family. So far, it seems to be a mild case and that’s something I’m giving thanks for!
Celebrations with extended family are for sure out of the picture for us on Thanksgiving Day.
Maybe Thanksgiving celebrations are a no-go for you, too.
There are already so many people sharing ideas for how to make the best of the holidays.
But right now, I think the last thing that you need is one more person telling you to do more or be more or how to do it.
You’ll figure it out.
Be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about the things that don’t.
That, I can do.
Here’s what Thanksgiving will probably look like for us
That’s what my husband & teenage kids enjoy the most anyway, so we’ll have the usual: Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes + gravy, roasted Brussel sprouts, and pumpkin pie. Oh, and “grandma” buns. It’s a family recipe and no holiday is complete without them!
The point of the holiday in the first place. Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorites. We’ll attend a church service online, and I hope to spend some time journaling and giving thanks for the blessings we’ve experienced this year. I’ve definitely done my share journaling / praying about the hard things this year, too, but on Thanksgiving, I want to pause, look & remember. 2020 has been a year of pandemic and worry, and yet I’ve continued to see God’s goodness!
Take a Nap
An essential ingredient for any Thanksgiving.
That’s my LazyGenius plan for Thanksgiving.
I invite you to join me in focusing on what matters to you.
Happy Thanksgiving, friends!
I don’t know where this holiday finds you, but I wish you the joy that comes from looking for and remembering the good. You can still give thanks, even in unlikely circumstances.