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It’s that time of year when Thanksgiving traditions are starting to form. Once the holiday season starts, there’s no doubt that your plans are going to be full of road trips, traditions, and a ton of family fun.
Our tastiest tradition? Gobbling up all the delicious holiday foods. The more gravy, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie we can get, the better. Seriously, Thanksgiving only happens one time a year so eating everything in sight is really a tradition!
In addition to putting on our stretchy pants, we also have the tradition of putting up our Christmas tree. Some people might say it’s too early to do so, but in our home, it signifies what we’re thankful for and also is a constant reminder to enjoy the spirit of the holidays. We also love to take family pictures around the Christmas tree for our holiday card, which has also turned into a yearly tradition during Thanksgiving. One of the other biggest traditions that we have during Thanksgiving is taking road trips to visit family and friends; we love loading up the car and planning for hours of conversation and family-bonding time.
This is a family tradition that we seem to share with millions of other families all over the world as well. So we always expect that there will be a ton of traffic on the road during these last few months of the year.
Knowing this, we make certain that we are road trip prepared. I love that our family can count on Life360 to be right there with us every time we pull out of the driveway.
If one of your holiday traditions is traveling during the holidays, here are a few safety tips for your holiday road trip to help ease any stress or worries that you might have.
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This holiday season, take the time to be thankful for all the wonderful things that you have in your life. I know that I’m thankful for all my family and friends and the chance to be a part of their lives every single day.