Thanksgiving Survival Guide

 

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  1. Take a moment to be grateful for the blessings in your life, either privately or go around the table and have everyone say one or two things they are thankful for.
  2. Get the family together for a Turkey Trot in the morning or go for a walk after dinner.
  3. Swap steamed and mashed cauliflower for half the potatoes to lighten up your mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes.
  4. Avoid filling up on the bread basket or appetizers and munch on fresh cut veggies or fruit instead.
  5. Drink a glass of water in between every cocktail, glass of wine or beer. Sparkling water mixed with a bit of cranberry sauce or cranberry juice makes a refreshing and festive mocktail.
  6. Enjoy the time spent with those that surround your table, and don’t stress about the small stuff.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, 

-Briana