Planning your wedding party is one of the most memorable events in many individuals' lives, especially if you are doing so on your own and want to get as creative as possible throughout the process. There are a few things that should be on everyone's wedding party checklist to ensure the night goes smoothly and as successful as you have in mind. Atmosphere
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From girly to gutsy, make sure you don't miss out on another party (or date) because you "have nothing to wear" by stocking up on these low-budget, even lower-maintenance, mini skirts. You'll get even more mileage out of them by wearing them now with black tights, then giving them a warmer-weather makeover come next month.
Your soon-to-be groom just proposed to you, and you're more than thrilled to be planning your wedding. Of course you want to have the ultimate party of the century, one that friends and loved ones will be remembering for years to come. The question then comes to mind, 'What do you need to do to make that happen?' Take these suggestions to heart and you will be sure throw a rockin' party. Choose a Theme
The holiday season is filled with festive activities including attending parties, family and friends are coming over to your home for a holiday party and you want it to be special. There are some great ideas for adding extra spice to your party that will make it a more memorable experience. Make Customized Invitations
Personal development coach David Elliott offers singles a new perspective on the holidays. With tips ranging from finding inner happiness to helping others, Elliott provides the tips singles need to know if they want to be happy for the holidays.
Its 3am. You have just come back from a night on the town and are somewhat intoxicated. Your phone rings and it’s him - the guy from the bar the other night or one of your ‘special’ friends. He invites you over to his apartment. Now the question is, to go or not to go? Bigger dilemma, he offers to pay for your cab. You don’t need to walk in the cold, figure out how to take public transportation at this hour, or make the dumb mistake of driving a car. You don’t want him to think you are easy, but you would like to go over because you would like to see him.
The Academy Awards are right around the corner. If you are a movie buff, a celebrity watcher or a fashion gawker, this is prime time to sit back, relax and enjoy the show. This is also a good time to mingle and be social. If you are looking for something to do to make Sunday's show a little more festive, check out this list of places to watch with other cinephiles like yourself. The events range from free to premium prices. Be sure to check before you go and RSVP, if required.
For some people, the idea of being in a social setting is comparable to a torture treatment. The anxiety and the pressure to talk one on one or to a group leaves a select few in sheer panic. Understandably, this can create more awkardness and ultimately, shyness - the exact opposite of what was intended. Here's a few tips to help with being comfortable in a social setting.
By GalTime Contributor, David Pollock, for GalTime.com Does this holiday scenario sound familiar? That holiday shopping trip that was supposed to take 20 minutes ended up sucking two hours from your day. The gifts you really wanted to get were all sold out. You race home, grabbing takeout on the way, only to be informed by your significant other that they forgot to tell you about a holiday party.