THANKSGIVING is upon us and Monday has people looking forward to heaps of turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes.

The holiday brings an exciting feel to the weekend and alongside it is the Monday Before Thanksgiving euphoria.

Why is the Monday Before Thanksgiving trending?

Friendly reminders and warnings to get that turkey out of the freezer and prep the stuffing is taking over social media.

As the holiday approaches, excitement is bubbling over the first Thanksgiving without restrictions since 2019.

Not only are people preparing their Thanksgiving Day feast, but also travel drastically increased today.

NBC7NY reported via Facebook, that travel has hit pre-pandemic levels as families gather for the first time.

The news site posted, "LaGuardia Airport is expected to be the busiest it has been since before the pandemic."

What can you expect for Thanksgiving travel?

TSA reported more than 2.4million people traveled ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday on Friday alone and between Thursday and Sunday, airports across the US have seen more than 8.5million passengers.

The TSA said the last time airports saw this many travelers was on February 28, 2020.

"What is it going to be like Thanksgiving week at TSA checkpoints? Lots of travelers, much like pre-pandemic times," TSA posted on their Twitter feed.

"Do you remember what that was like? Crowded! Bottom line: Get to the airport early, pack some patience, wear a mask, and don't have prohibited items with you!"

What Monday Before Thanksgiving memes are trending?

The realization that Thanksgiving is in only a few days is creating a sense of urgency before all turkeys sell out.

The productivity level has sunk to drastic lows, and one person posted on Twitter:

"Just had a prof admit no ones on their game today. #mondaybeforethanksgiving #foodonthebrain #sleeponthebrain"

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