Monday, 11 February 2013

10 commandments of entertainment





  1. Hospitality is not about you. It's about making others feel warm and
    welcome.
  2. Plan ahead, be organized, and know your recipe. Learn to delegate. 
  3.  Set the mood. Keep ambiance and the five senses in mind.
  4. Avoid perfectionism. Put fear aside - it's a robber of anything good. 
  5.  Share conversation. Foster friendships by keeping things real.
  6. Demonstrate thriftiness. Buying things at cost or learning to pinch pennies makes entertaining attainable on a budget. 
  7.  Don't apologize. It's okay to make mistakes. Learn to not bring them to  light in front of your guests; it robs your guests of relaxation. 
  8.  Be creative. Use what you have. Keep things simple.
  9. Learn from others. Find mentors and learn to find a healthy balance and  keep things real.  
  10. Life impact is everything. Experience intimacy and meaning in sharing a meal and gleaning from others' lives.