How to Rock Friendsgiving like a Grown-up
Friendsgiving defined (according to Urban Dictionary): “The celebration of Thanksgiving dinner with your friends. This usually occurs on the Wednesday before or the Friday after Thanksgiving Day, since Thanksgiving is usually reserved for family gatherings.”
Friendsgiving tends to be one of those fun bonus holidays that you’re sincerely looking forward to. Whether you celebrate before or after Thanksgiving, here are three ways you can make sure this year’s Friendsgiving is one you’ll never forget. Read more.
Five ways to make sure you have a successful Friendsgiving
Friendsgiving is one of the best ways to have a nice night in with delicious food with all of your friends. It can be a night full of laughter and good memories, but it could also be a complete disaster if you don’t take the time to plan it correctly. Here are some tips to make planning your Friendsgiving as stress-free as possible and to make it a great night with your second family.
Planning a Friendsgiving can be stressful enough, but having to cook everything as well can quickly become too much of a hassle. An easy way to have a Friendsgiving with the least amount of stress is to assign each guest to bring a certain side dish or main part of the meal to the dinner. Depending on how many people you invite, you can even assign two people for bigger food items that are sure to go quickly — like stuffing, potatoes or dessert items. Read more.
Friendsgiving, the new millennial way to celebrate Thanksgiving!
Families and friends across America are making plans to come together with loved ones on Friendsgiving Day! Joyous in the spirit of gratefulness, families will share warm, memorable moments of hearth, home and traditional Thanksgiving dinners. For those without family, Thanksgiving can be a very lonely time. Whether due to distance, illness, or the loss of those we love, discovering new ways of experiencing Thanksgiving can bring us new happiness. Read more.