Tips to Consider When Choosing A Venue: Accessibility Visibility Convenience (toilets, changing rooms, storage) Seating Capacity Decor possibilities. Best to go with your decorator. Event Theme Sound effects. Best to go with your sound technician. Security Conflicting events booked in the same venue. Clear definition of the space you are booking. And most importantly, COST. … More Events & Budgets (Part 2)
You can have a classy and beautifully executed event without breaking the bank. All you need is topnotch strategic and savvy planning, creative and professional vendor partners, and two budgets. The first budget is the actual budget you can afford without going bankrupt and the second is what you can afford and still have some … More Events and Budgets PT 1.
Make them laugh and chances are quite high you would close that deal. Don’t be so serious, life is hard enough. Everybody wants just one thing in life, “To Be Happy” so meet that need and you suddenly become even more special! Here’s to a wonderful week full of good humour. Live, Love, Laugh.
For the first time ever, Harry-Zander developed a fever brought on by the flu and I was perplexed and found myself wishing I could breastfeed him to health again. It is hard to watch a child feeling so miserable and poorly and not be able to wave a magic wand to make it better. I … More Babies, Toddlers and The Flu
A while back, I joined a conversation on Instagram about content generation for businesses and someone commented stating it was very difficult to generate interesting content for her service business on social media. As an Event Creator, I work with a lot of Event Vendors and there are qualities that make me pick one over … More Growing Your Business With Content
Six months ago, my Little Genius had his 1st birthday party. I had made a lot of plans on how I wanted it to go, hired a deejay to make some fab music mixes, the dance floor was going to LIT! I even had him practising dance moves. It took me a while … More 1st Birthday Party Tips
You need to find yourself, know yourself, arm yourself and guard yourself before you can really recognise who is worthy of you. And when that person who is worthy comes along, you mustn’t lose your advantage over every other distraction out there, you must remain through to yourself. … More Dating . . .
Every moment my LO (Little One) latches onto my nipple to feed, I feel a sense of deeper connection with him. I hated the thought of severing that. Of lessening his dependence on me so I did the six months exclusive breastfeeding, and soldiered on breast feeding him on demand until he was 14 months … More Breastfeeding, Weaning and Sleep-training
Are you packing up your bags and saying goodbye to all you’ve known and hold dear? Perhaps, this isn’t your first rodeo when it comes to relocating, it is still nerve racking, exciting and intimidating. Let’s go through the steps taken before you relocate and become a citizen of the world a.k.a Expatriate. By the way an expatriate is a person who lives in foreign country. … More Relocating To A New Country