1:30 pm, November 23rd | by Sarah Devlin
We can’t help you with that, but we can help you answer truthfully when someone asks if you did anything the day after Thanksgiving besides nap and eat half a left over pecan pie for breakfast.
11:00 am, November 22nd | by Carmen Shardae Jobson
Turkey Day, Thanksgiving Day, or hey “A Day Off from Work!” Day is upon us! For those of us not waiting to devour two large pizzas for a party of 1, it’s all about the feast. Although the array of savory dishes and appetizers in front of you might make it difficult to pick a favorite, the people have eaten, and this Viralheat infographic ranks all the traditional Thanksgiving sides. Are you team pecan pie? Team mashed potatoes? See if the people agree with you below.
4:30 pm, November 21st | by Diana Gerstacker
The Internet is a frequent source of criticism for celebrities, and Modern Family actress Julie Bowen is no exception to the judgment. Elsewhere – how to avoid family during the holidays, a dating must-have and when you know it’s time to get the wedding playlist together.
3:30 pm, November 21st | by Laura Donovan
It’s always an adventure to go back to your teenage stomping grounds for the holidays. You may enjoy seeing your childhood pet, hanging out with old friends, or going to restaurants you once loved, but returning to your hometown can invite countless awkward moments that leave you feeling just as helpless as you felt in junior high, when you started counting the minutes until graduation. Here are some pros and cons of spending Thanksgiving in your hometown.
1:30 pm, November 21st | by Laura Donovan
As the year comes to an end, it’s easy to list all one’s shortcomings, abandoned resolutions, or mishaps. Luckily, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the workforce. Whether you’re employed or not, you have plenty to feel thankful for. Here are seven job-related things to be happy you have this year.
1:30 pm, November 19th | by Laura Donovan
Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be about gaining weight, feeling disgusting, wearing sweat pants 24/7, and lethargy (unless you want it to be!). Though I can’t wait to have two servings of creamy mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce on Thursday evening, I know the holiday shouldn’t be an excuse to be a total sloth. Here are a couple of things I’m going to do to stay healthy and active on Thanksgiving Day. I suggest you do the same!
1:30 pm, November 16th | by Sarah Devlin
Thanksgiving is one of the greatest holidays ever invented: there are no gifts, no sky-high (and inevitably disappointing) expectations, just permission from the whole country to spend a day eating great food, hanging out with your family, and napping. It’s the best. Unfortunately, there are a lot of stressors — particularly work related — that surround the holiday and can interfere with all the napping. Here are five common work-related obstacles to a perfect holiday, and how you can avoid them.
10:30 am, November 14th | by Laura Donovan
Thanksgiving is all fun and games…until you get the third degree about “what you’re doing with your life.” Unless you’re Mark Zuckerberg, you probably have some room for career improvement, at least in your parents’ eyes, and the job-related questions can become quite jarring. Here are the most cringe-worthy things you may be asked during Thanksgiving, and if you’re not used to being probed on your professional life, be sure not to ask these very questions to other family members…unless of course you live to make people uncomfortable. That’s what family is for, right?
A Woman Helped Make Thanksgiving A Major Holiday, And Now A
n Alarmingly Precocious Child Young Lady Has Given Us Its Theme Song
3:30 pm, November 9th | by Sarah Devlin
“Why are there no good Thanksgiving songs?” you ask yourself. Wonder no longer.
10:30 am, November 8th | by Laura Donovan
Now that dreadful Hurricane Sandy and Nor’Easter Athena are out of the way, we can get excited about the hearty meal we’re going to eat on Thanksgiving. It will be a nice change to have something good to look forward to, but before you start thinking about the good food you’re going to consume in a couple of weeks, you should think about the fact that a woman convinced Abraham Lincoln to make it a national holiday.