By Daniel Barr
1) Get with friends and family
As a college student I cannot wait to spend time with my friends and family from home. Family is so important and maintaining solid relationships with those close to you is incredibly rewarding. Thanksgiving is such a great time to catch up and laugh with those you love. I am truly thankful for my family this year.
2) Eat as much as you can
There is absolutely nothing like home cooking. I think I miss my moms cooking more than anything else from home. You can understand when I say that I will be physically stuffing my face with good food. And everyone always needs an excuse to eat way too much right? Mine this year is that I don’t get home cooking as much anymore but there are plenty of excuses, its thanksgiving!
3) Relax as much as you can
Life is constant ups and downs, seasons of busyness and relaxation. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to relax; what better way to relax than in an ENO Hammock with an Atlas Hammock Suspension System? A DoubleDeluxe Hammock is perfect during times like Thanksgiving because you know that everyone is going to want to be in your hammock.
4. Repeat as much as you can
Life is a long and sometimes really hard journey. Take all the time possible to pause and think about the good parts along the way. We have so much to be thankful for in especially in America where we don’t have to worry about clean water and a nice warm bed (or hammock) to sleep in.By Daniel Barr I’m in love with a woman. The outdoors. And she loves me back.
Just kidding, that was so cheesy. I’m a freshman at UF who plays soccer, longboards, bikes, and hammocks. I love my ENO and don’t know how I would study without it. I really do love to be outside, listening to music and hanging out with friends. I would pick it any day over a library. I love Jesus and I love my church here in Gainesville.