Due to global recession, most people cring from throwing a party even for very special occasions like weddings, baptisms, eighteenth birthdays, and many more. During these hard times when cash is short and the budget is limited, it is almost unthinkable to host even a small party. But who says you have to spend beyond your means so that you can share happy moments with family and friends? The temptation to splurge for a happy celebration is always hard to resist. It’s a harsh truth that you must read more
By preparing in advance. So you will know how much to get that will satisfy everyone. Make a checklist of what you're going to have. Make sure everyone is of legal age to be there if alcohol is going to be served. Make sure you have a cutoff time for the party to end. Last, most important of all, make sure everyone who has had something to drink has a designated driver to drive them home safely, or allow them to sleepover at your place, or put them up in a hotel room for that night.
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
Well, it is that special time of year... Winter Solstice. It is the shortest day today and a very magical one it is too. The 21st December is the day of great celebration and I want to celebrate it with you.Love, peace and harmony,Shaz x
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
HubMob Weekly topic: It’s Party Time
by Dave Cald 7 years ago
How do I throw a great coctail party?Somehow I got roped into hosting a cocktail party next Saturday for some co-workers. What kind of beverages should I have on hand? Can I get away with just a few cases of beer! Do I need to make a dinner or will some finger foods do the trick? Any advice? Ideas?...
by Lawretta Ikenga 9 years ago
The celebration of Sallah in Nigeria is a big deal and even though i am a christian, i am having a swell time with my Muslim friends. Happy Sallah everyone!!!
by Om Prakash Singh 9 years ago
The great recession is still in progress and till it's gonna be there for quite sometime. It has affected each and everyone of us. But I was wondering what are the things that we learned (or are still learning) from the meltdown. I personally have learned two things;1. We all must have savings, no...
by Cris A 8 years ago
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