This holiday season, you might be feeling the need to be with family more than ever. On the other hand, the idea of traveling or staying in a crowded home or interacting with older relatives may be stressful.
Whether you are working out a way to see loved ones or looking for an alternative approach to the holidays, a Cabana can come in handy. Here are three ways you can make use of a Cabana for Thanksgiving.
Be Thankful for Nature
Thanksgiving is a time meant for remembering what we have to be thankful for, so why not spend that time appreciating what’s all around us? If you aren’t able to celebrate in your usual way, take a Cabana and get out of town.
You can visit your favorite scenic view or adventure somewhere new. Escape to a mountainous lookout to remind yourself how big the world is and how lucky we are to be living in it. Watch the sunrise and appreciate that it’s a new day. When you take a moment to notice the natural beauty, it’s hard not to feel gratitude.
Host a Potluck Picnic
If you are able to get together with loved ones this Thanksgiving, consider moving your meal outdoors. Local guests can bring their favorite dishes. The Cabana kitchen will allow you to make a few Thanksgiving staples, such as mashed potatoes.
If your family and friends usually participate in a Turkey Trot or Turkey Bowl, a picnic feast is a great alternative. Enjoy the fall weather, fall food, and familiar company while social distancing.
Bring Your Own Bedroom
Road tripping for the holidays? With this luxury mobile hotel, you won’t need to worry about taking up a guest room. Park your Cabana in the driveway and you’ll have your own private bedroom ready to go.
Whether it’s a COVID concern or a simple alternative to sleeping on a couch, bringing your own bedroom will give you the personal space often missing from holiday visits.
It’s no secret that the holidays can be a stressful time, a feeling that is certainly worsened by the circumstances of 2020. Plan ahead, alleviate that stress, and book your Thanksgiving Cabana before they’re gone!