Thanksgiving: An Underappreciated Holiday

When the clock strikes twelve on November 1st, the Christmas season finally begins in the eyes of most people. Most people don’t include those who take the time to cherish November and the most overlooked holiday, Thanksgiving.

There’s no other holiday where you can spend the whole entire day consuming plenty of hearty calories with zero shame like Thanksgiving. You can never go wrong with the iconic turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, and pumpkin pie dishes. There’s nothing more comforting than lounging around with a full stomach with all your family. 

While chowing down on loads of comfort food, there’s always so many great programs to watch on TV. You have a whole range of things to watch instead of the same old genre over and over again. There’s plenty of football, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, A Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving, and so much more.

Compared to the expensiveness of Christmas holidays, Thanksgiving is a day to be thankful and show appreciation for your family without having to worry about spending money and trying to find the perfect gift for your loved ones. No need to fight with crazy Black Friday shoppers in almost every retail store just for a single gift that may never be used in the first place on Thanksgiving.