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Whether your friends are near or far, here are ten steps to hosting a Friendsgiving. The most important part of this holiday is spending it together, so our tips will help you cut back on the “extra stuff” so you can all spend more time on the part that matters most – your group of friends!
Are your friends spread out across the country? Host a virtual Friendsgiving instead! Finding a time that works best for everyone will probably be the hardest part, especially if you are in different time zones. But instead of everyone cooking a big elaborate Thanksgiving dinner, consider having each guest have their dinner delivered from their favorite local restaurant. Gather on Zoom or another live video platform at the agreed-upon time. Spend some time sharing why you each picked the restaurant or the meal that you did. Who says Friendsgiving has to be traditional?
If you’d like to give your friends something to take home, there’s nothing better than focusing on the sweetness of their friendship with some Niagara Chocolates. Niagara Chocolates have been handcrafted in small batches in Buffalo, New York since 1956. It bears the Rain Forest Alliance Certification seal, too, which means that Niagara Chocolates are produced using methods that support the three pillars of sustainability: social, economic, and environmental.
*I was provided with Niagara Chocolates for the purpose of a review. All comments and opinions are my own.