Black Friday is coming and the internet, just like every year, has been lit up by outraged employees, so-called activists, anti-establishment types, holiday traditionalists, and so many more detailing how no one should shop on Black Friday, or especially Thanksgiving.
There are definitely plenty of worse things one could be going through, but I must say that being gluten-free during Thanksgiving is not an ideal situation.
Gobble gobble, much?!
8. You start going to Church. Because suddenly Religion is something very important to you (and no not just because you get a little piece of chocolate every night when you open the new number and read the bible story that goes with it).
I know there are Christmas music purists out there who refuse to listen to a single note before December, but that only leaves you with a few weeks of warm, fuzzy goodness.
Overshadowed by his older brother Halloween and outshone by his little brother Christmas, Thanksgiving shrinks into the shadows, often forgotten about.
The holidays get stressful as you get older, so here are some life hacks I’ve come up with to try and make the holidays a little more cheerful.
This is one time the whole boss lady thing works. Trust me, you don’t want to be making a turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing and a pumpkin pie in a studio apartment’s kitchen.
There was a time when the holiday was predominantly for young people, and those who were older teens, or adults – simply didn’t participate in the commercialized way people participate today.