The day before Thanksgiving- could there be a better day of the year to celebrate National Tie One on Day? It’s not about going on a bender. Rather it celebrates the aprons and the generations of women, past and present, who wore/wear them.
While this isn’t an “official holiday,” the sentiment is lovely. Buy or make an apron-thrift stores are great places to look for gently used aprons. Make or purchase bread or a baked good. Wrap in the apron, along with an appropriate note, and give it to someone who could benefit from this gift on Thanksgiving Eve.
To make a simple “half apron,” take a brightly covered T towel and tack ribbon along the length of the towel. You can sew it, as demonstrated in 1 Minute DIY Apron
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Most importantly, celebrate the day with a simple act of kindness for someone.
Not interested in today’s activity? Check out the Take a Break Pinterest for lots of Take a Break ideas.