The holiday season: What’s on your mind?

As Thanksgiving approaches and the December holiday break is just a month away, we’d like to hear your thoughts about how you plan to spend the holiday season. What do the holidays mean personally, politically, intellectually? How will you spend them and with whom? If you are traveling, where will you go? What will you cook? Share your favorite recipes or gift  or decorating ideas or your strategies for minimizing stress or saving money.

20 comments on “The holiday season: What’s on your mind?”

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