5 Ways To Stay Connected This Thanksgiving
1. ) Participating in a "Zoomsgiving" dinner
If you've managed to avoid using Zoom or any other video chat service by now, you must be crazy! Gathering friends/family together in a Zoom call or other video chat platform can be a great way to stay connected to those who matter most. So, organize with friends, grab that laptop, and set it up at one the seats the dinner table. This may feel like a silly thing to do, but hey, we're in a pandemic and nothing is off limits!
Feeling adventurous and have extra devices around the house? Place them at different seats around the table with you and "pin" each member of the call to a different screen!
2. ) Take Advantage of Social Media
Wait - what?! Normally everyone says it's good to take breaks from social media, but you're telling me to use it? Yep - that's right! While we definitely do suggest taking breaks and monitoring your usage time across social media platforms, they can still be a great way to see what your friends and family are up to this thanksgiving.
Comment on some posts and message your friends! They'll be sure to enjoy having someone to talk with as well even if just briefly!
3. ) Plan An Event With Your Housemates
While keeping groups small is always advised, some guidelines call for no gatherings at all. If you have housemates, whether that be friends or family, then consider planning a fun thanksgiving themed event!
Thanksgiving bingo, video games, and watching a movie are all simple yet fun events to bring everyone together and destress!
4. Send letter mail
Yes, you read that right! In today's digital landscape, sending a handwritten note to family members can be a great and heartfelt way to let them know you're thinking of them. This idea is especially great for kids to reach out to grandparents!
5. ) Send someone the gift of California Gummy Bears
Our gummies are non-gmo, kosher, and contain no artificial flavoring. It's simple, we made your favorite snack the healthiest version it can be. All our fruits are also grown locally in the state of California! That is why sending someone you care about a nicely packaged treat could be just the thing this holiday! Browse our wide selection of inventory/flavors and try something new! You never know what you're missing out on!