Thanksgiving Day is an important part of American culture, and it has been depicted in many works of literature. One of the most notable stories of Thanksgiving is the one by Louisa May Alcott, but there are other tales, which involve the feast, Pilgrims, Native Americans, and other elements of the history (or mis-history). Read more about the day and the legends that have been developed in recognition of Thanksgiving Day.

by Louisa May Alcott. Applewood Books. From the publisher: "A heartwarming story set in rural New Hampshire in the 1800s. As the Thanksgiving Day festivities are beginning, the Bassetts must leave on an emergency. The two eldest children are in charge of the household--they prepare a holiday meal like they've never had before!"

by David W. Pao. InterVarsity Press. From the publisher: "In this comprehensive and accessible study, David Pao aims to rehabilitate this theme [of thanksgiving]... Thanksgiving functions as a link between theology, including eschatology, and ethics."

I'm Annie a fitness, travel and lifestyle blogger. UK based but on a quest to see the world I love a lot of things, but particularly, fitness, beauty, health and wellness. I enjoy taking part in triathlons and I'm currently studying to become a personal trainer. If you want to get in touch with me, please do, [email protected]

The New York Times has collected podcasts for recent college graduates with advice on careers, personal finance, and “adulting.” As the last Millennials leave college, they’re entering an increasingly freelance-heavy economy where old career advice no longer applies, and they need all the fresh help they can get.

Thanksgiving Day is an important part of American culture, and it has been depicted in many works of literature. One of the most notable stories of Thanksgiving is the one by Louisa May Alcott, but there are other tales, which involve the feast, Pilgrims, Native Americans, and other elements of the history (or mis-history). Read more about the day and the legends that have been developed in recognition of Thanksgiving Day.

by Louisa May Alcott. Applewood Books. From the publisher: "A heartwarming story set in rural New Hampshire in the 1800s. As the Thanksgiving Day festivities are beginning, the Bassetts must leave on an emergency. The two eldest children are in charge of the household--they prepare a holiday meal like they've never had before!"

by David W. Pao. InterVarsity Press. From the publisher: "In this comprehensive and accessible study, David Pao aims to rehabilitate this theme [of thanksgiving]... Thanksgiving functions as a link between theology, including eschatology, and ethics."

Thanksgiving Day is an important part of American culture, and it has been depicted in many works of literature. One of the most notable stories of Thanksgiving is the one by Louisa May Alcott, but there are other tales, which involve the feast, Pilgrims, Native Americans, and other elements of the history (or mis-history). Read more about the day and the legends that have been developed in recognition of Thanksgiving Day.

by Louisa May Alcott. Applewood Books. From the publisher: "A heartwarming story set in rural New Hampshire in the 1800s. As the Thanksgiving Day festivities are beginning, the Bassetts must leave on an emergency. The two eldest children are in charge of the household--they prepare a holiday meal like they've never had before!"

by David W. Pao. InterVarsity Press. From the publisher: "In this comprehensive and accessible study, David Pao aims to rehabilitate this theme [of thanksgiving]... Thanksgiving functions as a link between theology, including eschatology, and ethics."

I'm Annie a fitness, travel and lifestyle blogger. UK based but on a quest to see the world I love a lot of things, but particularly, fitness, beauty, health and wellness. I enjoy taking part in triathlons and I'm currently studying to become a personal trainer. If you want to get in touch with me, please do, [email protected]

The New York Times has collected podcasts for recent college graduates with advice on careers, personal finance, and “adulting.” As the last Millennials leave college, they’re entering an increasingly freelance-heavy economy where old career advice no longer applies, and they need all the fresh help they can get.

The Cook Whose Food “Looks” Amazing!
We’ve all been there, someone invites your family over for Thanksgiving and the thought of someone else doing all of the cooking is the best thing ever (because food always tastes better when someone else is making it).  But when it comes time to eat, the quality isn’t quite what you expected.

The Family Preacher
Whether you’re going around the table saying what you’re thankful for or saying the prayer before your big meal, there’s always that one family member that doesn’t know when to wrap it up; and you can’t interrupt someone when they’re having a heartfelt moment talking to the Lord!

The Lush
Sometimes the family member that drinks a little too much is the life of the party (I mean who doesn’t want to see their aunt twerking up on the coffee table), but there’s also the family member that drinks a little too much that probably shouldn’t drink at all.  Yep the same one that always seems to bring up all of the family drama at the most inappropriate time. I mean holiday isn’t complete without one uncomfortable family moment.

Thanksgiving Day is an important part of American culture, and it has been depicted in many works of literature. One of the most notable stories of Thanksgiving is the one by Louisa May Alcott, but there are other tales, which involve the feast, Pilgrims, Native Americans, and other elements of the history (or mis-history). Read more about the day and the legends that have been developed in recognition of Thanksgiving Day.

by Louisa May Alcott. Applewood Books. From the publisher: "A heartwarming story set in rural New Hampshire in the 1800s. As the Thanksgiving Day festivities are beginning, the Bassetts must leave on an emergency. The two eldest children are in charge of the household--they prepare a holiday meal like they've never had before!"

by David W. Pao. InterVarsity Press. From the publisher: "In this comprehensive and accessible study, David Pao aims to rehabilitate this theme [of thanksgiving]... Thanksgiving functions as a link between theology, including eschatology, and ethics."

I'm Annie a fitness, travel and lifestyle blogger. UK based but on a quest to see the world I love a lot of things, but particularly, fitness, beauty, health and wellness. I enjoy taking part in triathlons and I'm currently studying to become a personal trainer. If you want to get in touch with me, please do, [email protected]

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