1. Why You Like Thanksgiving
Do you like Thanksgiving? And if yes, why?
One of the reasons I do – probably the most important – is because it’s the one day we’re supposed to focus on what we have, and not what we want but don’t have, as we do usually.
Not that it always works like this, but still, I like the meaning. We’ll never stop wanting more, but if we don’t learn to be grateful for what we have, we’ll never be satisfied in our life. And that can lead to a very sad life.
2. Thanksgiving DIY Crafts/ Decorations
Make a list with the best DIY crafts for Thanksgiving. If you can make them yourself, it’d be great.
Get your imagination going and make the craziest decorations you can think of. While making them, take photos or record the process in a video. You don’t have to show your face if you’re shy. Just record what you’re doing.
Or if you prefer to buy your decorations instead of making them yourself, make a list with the top Thanksgiving decorations you can find.
3. How To Host A Thanksgiving Dinner
Hosting a dinner can be difficult at some times. Especially if you’re a busy person and don’t have a lot of time for preparations.
Do you have any good tips for hosting Thanksgiving dinner?
4. How To Cook A Turkey
The turkey is probably the dish we all expect on Thanksgiving. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, you must know how to cook it right. And so everyone else.
Make a guide with:
- Instructions on how to thaw a turkey
- Instructions on how to cook a turkey
- Stuffing ideas
5. Thanksgiving Desserts
After dinner, you also need a dessert, right? Here are some recipes you may want to write:
- Pumpkin pie
- Apple pie
- Sweet potato pie
- Pecan pie
- Apple crisp
- Pumpkin bread
6. Gratitude Post
Write a post mentioning everything you’re grateful for in your life. It’s good to remember this once in a while. For example:
- Your family and friends – Because they’re always there when you need them.
- Your health – Because we tend to appreciate it after losing it
- Your job/your house/money to spend – Because you have enough to live on
7. Family Games
Make a list with family games you can play on Thanksgiving. Talk about how you can play them and popular variations. For example, here are some of my favourite games:
- Blue stories
- Story cubes
8. Favourite Thanksgiving
I’m guessing you’ve already had a lot of Thanksgiving dinners. Some of them were good, some of them bad. But is there one you’ve really really liked?
If yes, what is it? Here are a few things you may want to write about it:
- Why is it your favourite?
- What happened that day?
- Have you told to your family how nice it was?
If you don’t have a favourite one, you can write about your worst one, or about a funny one.
9. Thanksgiving Gifts
Do you plan on getting something to your family for Thanksgiving? Tell us what it is.
And since you’re an expert at this already, why don’t you make a list with some great gifts for Thanksgiving? Not all of us have as many ideas as you!
10. How To Make A Thank You Card
Have you ever used a thank you card? Or even better, have you made one?
I believe that Thanksgiving is a great time to use one. You can write everything you’re thankful for and give it to the person who helped you with all this. You can write one for each person: your mom, dad, brother, sister, friend, etc.
Now, you can, of course, buy your cards and just write on them. But you could also make them from scratch instead of buying them. They’ll be all the more valuable to the recipients.
And if you like them, who says that your readers won’t like them, too? Make a how-to post to show them how to make their own thank you cards.
And that’s it for today!
So… what do you think about my ideas? Go ahead and let me know in the comments below!
If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer! Any suggestions are always welcome, so tell me about topics you’d like me to write. And if you liked this, check out more blog post ideas for November.
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