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No doubt you've spent an awful lot of time planning your Thanksgiving meal — what you will make if you're eating in, where you will go if you're not — but what might be as important as planning for Thursday is planning for Friday. Specifically, figuring out what you will do the morning after you've survived a day of cooking, an evening of washing dishes and — if your annual holiday get together plays out less like an episode of Friends and more like something out of Roseanne — what may feel like a week's worth of family drama. Use this flowchart for a few ideas on where to spend the rest of your holiday weekend.


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