Thanksgiving is a mere 21 days away. In a normal year, I encourage people to slow down during the holidays, limiting their activities and savoring the ones they choose.
This year, Covid has probably done a lot of the limiting for you. You probably won’t feel the temptation to rush through the season and attend every. single. event.
In fact, you may even feel bored, sad, and nostalgic for the past. We crave connection, tradition, and normalcy.
For some families, these feelings occur every year. Disabilities and chronic illnesses prevent them from enjoying many of the activities seemingly mandated by social media and the Hallmark channel.
What to do? How do we not just survive but thrive during the holidays?
As I jotted down ideas, I realized they fall into two categories:
- How we use our time
- How we use our minds
Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be sharing ideas both here and on Instagram for using our time and our minds wisely and creatively. Let’s enjoy the holidays in ways that work for our families, no matter what that looks like. Shall we?