Thanksgiving with Life360
We’re feeling very grateful for our Life360 families and the trust you put in us every day to keep your family safe. In the spirit of the season, we asked our Life360 team to share what has them scooping up an extra serving of gratitude this year.
How are you connecting with loved ones on Thanksgiving?
“I just moved to San Francisco and am living on my own for the first time. My family will all be gathering together at my parent’s house for Thanksgiving. It means a lot that I’ll get to go back and spend time together with everyone.” -Zahin, Technical Recruiting
“Since I haven’t been able to see much of my family back in Australia this year, I’ve found other ways to stay connected. I love scheduling a surprise meal, birthday gift, or flowers delivered to their door.”
-Jan-Lee, Lead Brand Designer
What fills your heart with gratitude this year?
“I’m thankful I get to drive my daughters to school each morning….and sing along to Hamilton or Wicked. We may not win any karaoke awards, but we have fun belting it out.” -Jon, VP of Design
“I’m so very thankful that my family has made it through the pandemic and to have another year with our loved ones!” -Victoria, HR Generalist
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
“Years ago, I traveled to Chicago with my sister and we had Pizza Pot Pie at Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder. It blew my mind and I’ve made it for Thanksgiving every year since!” -Ana, Brand Designer
“I’m British and don’t have any family in America, so I celebrate with my British friend, her American husband, and his family.” -Faye, Marketing Program Manager
How are you giving back to others?
“I’ve recently started volunteering with Lower Nob Hill Cleanup in San Francisco. We meet on Saturday mornings and pick up trash found in the neighborhood. I want to do my part in keeping it my city.” -Sid, Sr. Product Designer
“Every year my family comes together to help provide Thanksgiving dinner to a local family who needs some extra TLC.” -Megan, Sr. Copywriter
No matter how you’re celebrating this season of thanks, or what you’re passing around the table, we hope it’s happy and healthy. As always, we’ll be here if you need us.