15 Not Weird Ways to Do Thanksgiving On the Interwebs

Photo credit: Khadija Horton
Photo credit: Khadija Horton

From Cosmopolitan

Ah, Thanksgiving. A holiday for spending time with family, practicing gratitude, and eating your entire bodyweight in turkey.

While all of those things will still happen this year (nothing can come between me and my three servings of sweet potato casserole), the day is probably gonna look a ‘lil bit different, thanks to the whole global pandemic sitch. Or at least, it definitely should.

Per the CDC’s guidelines, it’s best to attend outdoor gatherings rather than indoor ones and to stay within your local area as much as possible (as in no out of state travel, por favor). Plus, most states currently have pretty strict limits on the number of people you’re allowed to have at indoor gatherings. In other words, you might want to skip the four-hour drive over to Aunt Pam’s house to see the entire extended family this year.

Sooo, how

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