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What Kind of Hostess Are You?

Take this quiz to find out what kind of hostess you are, what types of parties you should plan, and how to best prepare for the unexpected. read more

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5 Mistakes to Avoid as a Hostess this Thanksgiving

In my eleven years of being married I've made a lot of blunders as a hostess, the biggest of which happened right before my wedding day. I said no to guests wanting to come at the last moment. That is, I said no to my mother-in-law, who wanted to invite them read more

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An Introverts' Guide to Hosting

“Am I supposed to reciprocate this dinner invitation? Just how many times can we accept an invite to their house without returning the favor?” These thoughts often ran through my mind as a newlywed. read more