The holidays are one of the biggest stressors experienced by adults in the U.S. This is even truer when you are the one expected to host. Thanksgiving, the holiday dedicated to food, can be downright terrifying when you’re the one that has to do all of the cooking. While a big part of success is planning and preparation, we can understand that you may not have that luxury. Don’t worry, that’s why we’re here! If you have any questions about hosting Thanksgiving dinner or even need some feedback, let us know!
- NPR is trying to compile an easy and helpful guide for surviving Thanksgiving
- They want the listeners to provide problems and they’ll pick one to answer along with their guide.
- The typical problems of the menu, who sits where and who is coming are questions they’ve already anticipated.
“Thanksgiving is nearly upon us and there’s nothing we can do about it.”
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