Thanksgiving to do list

Every year around this time life gets extremely busy and hectic.

  • We’re supposed to be settling in and enjoying at the mystical feeling of the holiday season, but instead there’s way too much to worry about.

I can’t ever get my head out of my butt to enjoy the holiday spirit or sense of world peace that were supposed to appreciate. Instead, I’m too busy running from store to store trying to complete errands before my family comes into town and complicates my life even further. Yes, unfortunately I am the one who has to host Thanksgiving. That means I have an awful lot to do, inside and outside of the house. One of the things that I used to forget but would never overlook again is to professionally service the heating and cooling system. After I spend days and weeks cleaning the entire house and purchasing of beautiful Thanksgiving decorations, you better believe that I’m going to make sure the indoor environment is perfect. This includes my indoor air quality and the cleanliness of the air we breathe. I don’t want dirty air ducts spreading more dust all over the house after I cleaned and detailed it. I don’t want to worry about hair or debris floating on to my beautiful Thanksgiving dinner before we have a chance to eat it. I also don’t want to risk a complete heating failure or the possibility of my cranky old grandma complaining about uneven indoor air temperatures. If I can’t have beautiful, evenly heated indoor spaces for Thanksgiving, I might as well cancel the entire family holiday.

 

Thanksgiving to do list