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10 Thanksgiving Traditions Your Family Will Love

Family Culture with Beth Hoff

Religion & Spirituality

One of the most powerful ways to shape your family culture is with traditions! They serve as family pillars…regular reminders of the beauty of your life together. They also help strengthen your relational connection and give you something to look forward to all year long!   Family Thanksgiving traditions are some of my FAVORITES. But they don't have to be complicated or take a lot of work to be great.   On today's episode, I'm sharing 10 of my favorite options for making Thanksgiving fun and meaningful for your family.   Key takeaways from Episode 20:   + Take the pressure off and keep it simple   + Use creative ways to express gratitude   + Consider *gasp* having dinner catered   + Make your own Thanksgiving Day parade   + Try a generational blessing   Just remember, as nice as it is to have fancy decorations and a gourmet meal and Instagram worthy activities, the most important thing you can do this Thanksgiving is to be present….to truly thank God for what you have, and to intentionally bless those you love.   Hey, thanks for tuning in to another episode of the Family Culture Podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, would you take a minute to subscribe, rate and review it? That means the world to me!   Also, come connect with me on Instagram @favoritefamilies!


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