Thanksgiving To-Do List

Happy Thanksgiving! Turkey day is all about food, football and family.  But, of course, I must have a to-do list even on the holidays.  Here’s a look:

1. Do some yoga in the morning before the big meal

2. Make a gratitude list

3. Make a game-plan list for Black Friday online shopping

4. Make my own holiday gift wish list

5. Eat turkey

6. Avoid football on TV

7. Drink lots of wine — preferably Pinot Grigio

8. Eat more turkey

9. Put up Christmas tree

10. Relax and enjoy…repeat

Hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving with your friends and family. Take a few minutes to give thanks for all that you have — big and small!

4 replies
  1. Debra Stich
    Debra Stich says:

    Hi Paula,

    I’m a little late in getting this off to you. But, I have to say that I disagree with no “Football” (being a former Wisconsite) the Green Bay Packers will always have my Heart.

    On another note, I realize how important it is for me to take time in my day just for me. Yoga, helps to keep me centered as does my meditation and Daily Bible reading. My best to you. PS I am new to your Blog but love it! 🙂

    • List Producer
      List Producer says:

      So glad you found my blog! Thanks for reading and for your comment! Putting yourself on your to-do list is always a tough feat but when you can do it – it feels great! And that’s funny about football – but I stuck to my list and successfully avoided it! My hubby is a sports anchor so games are constantly on in my house! Haha. Thanks again for reading!


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