How to celebrate the US holidays with your family

With the holidays on the horizon, here’s how to celebrate them together.

(The Washington Post) The US holidays are a big part of the American family.

With more than 1.6 billion Americans celebrating Christmas and Hanukkah, the first full weekend of winter arrives at Thanksgiving, which has traditionally been the most popular holiday of the year.

But for those who aren’t as religious as they might like to be, there are ways to make the most of your holiday time.

Here are some of the best things to do this holiday season.1.

Enjoy the smell of your favorite holiday tree.

If you don’t have one, you can buy one for less than $5 a pop.

But if you do have one and want to take advantage of it, you’re in luck.

You can spend the whole day outdoors and enjoy the scent of your tree, as well as a free holiday candle that comes with it.2.

Watch the snow fall.

A quick trip to the mall and an all-you-can-eat buffet can be the perfect way to spend a night on the town, and a quick trip home can provide plenty of extra time for relaxing.3.

Get out the snow shovel.

If your backyard is your favorite place to get snow, you’ll want to get out the shovel.

For $15, you get a shovel with a snow-tipped handle that will let you shovel up to 12 inches of snow.4.

Shop at a thrift store.

While you might think the thrift stores on the street will have all the thrifted items you can get, you should still try to find something you like, because there are plenty of options online.

There are also plenty of good bargains out there, as you’ll find a great selection of jewelry and clothing.5.

Enjoy a classic holiday treat.

If it’s a holiday tradition you’ve always wanted to try, try a traditional holiday treat like a turkey or turkey dinner.

The traditional turkey dinner is typically served in November, with some turkey soup and gravy.

A holiday turkey dinner usually costs about $20.

If this is your first time, it’s best to get the Thanksgiving dinner out of the way so you can try the traditional holiday dinner.6.

Join in the tradition.

If there are a lot of family and friends out, there’s always the chance to share the holiday cheer with them.

Make sure you invite them, too.

This is a great way to show your appreciation for everyone you love, even if you’re not the one making the fun.7.

Make it a party.

If that’s your thing, make sure to bring a party to the table, which is a nice way to add some family-friendly fun to the holiday season and a fun way to get to know your neighbors.

You don’t need to have a party plan, but it’s always a good idea to have the kids together, so that they can share some festive treats with the family.8.

Join a holiday shopping spree.

If all you want to do is spend a few hours browsing the thrifts and thrift shops, there is no better way to do it than by buying gifts for your friends and family.

You might find a couple things you love that they just can’t live without, and you can spend a little more on the gifts to give them as gifts.

You also might want to try a few of the gifts that your friends like.

Just make sure you shop around and find something that fits.9.

Have fun with the kids.

If they’re excited to get dressed up for the holiday, this is a perfect way for them to get into character.

Make your kids feel like they’re doing something special and get them ready for the party.10.

Try some of your family’s favorite holiday crafts.

The more you can share your family with others, the more you’ll have fun and make friends.

There’s no need to spend too much time alone, but having fun is the key to a good holiday experience.