Anna Mata Sánchez
It is the time of year when you and your family traditionally celebrate and share a meal. It's been a holiday since 1789. We celebrate Thanksgiving because, following a request from Congress, President George Washington declared a new day for Thanksgiving, which starts on November 24. It started as a day dedicated to expressing gratitude for the blessings of the harvest and the previous year.
Because it was suggested that we could not be around more than ten people during the epidemic which meant you couldn't celebrate with your family and friends, this year will be more exciting than previous years. Everyone benefits from this upcoming Thanksgiving. Families will get to do their previous traditions of gathering and shopping, and companies boost their sales compared to the previous Thanksgiving.