Recipes & Resources to Make Your Thanksgiving More Enjoyable


Thanksgiving isn’t always joyful and festive. And sometimes it’s hard to be thankful. Especially if the responsibility of everyone else’s joy and festivity rests on your shoulders.

You know what I mean.

If it is your duty to plan and clean and cook and serve, then it can become very easy to miss the forest for the trees.

But here’s some good news: God is in the details!

That’s right. Many times we have heard that the devil is in the details. But that’s not true. God is in the details. God is present to us in the nitty-gritty details of life. And what is more nitty-gritty than planning and cooking a meal?

I want to share with you a couple of resources that could help make your Thanksgiving a bit more enjoyable.

You can find tons of ideas for your own menu by taking a look at What Other’s are cooking for Thanksgiving Dinner.

What Other’s Are Cooking For Thanksgiving Dinner!

If you are tech-savvy, you might like to plan your Thanksgiving dinner using social media:

HOW TO: Plan a Perfect Thanksgiving With the Social Web

LifeHacker is always chocked full of useful ideas for daily living. And when it comes to preparing a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, LifeHacker does not disappoint:

Get Ready for Thanksgiving This Weekend

Of course, while planning, cooking, and cleaning, we don’t want to lose sight of what all the fuss is about. This is a holiday for thankful hearts. It’s important to fill your heart, and the hearts of your family, with inspiration that leads to gratitude to God. Need some inspiration? Check out this article at CatholicMom.com:
CatholicMom.com » Columnists Kristi McCabe » Thanksgiving: Returning Thanks for Our Many Blessings by Kristi McCabe


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