Archive December 2018

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Write Wedding Invites Your Guests Will Love

Hosting a wedding is a huge amount of work and you have a ton of stuff to take care of. But in the midst of all the work, don’t forget to write some solid wedding invites. Follow this guide to write some wedding invites your guests will love.


The days where you would panic on contemplating what to serve the ‘awkward vegetarian’ for their holiday menu, are positively a vague memory.  The non-meat-eater would habitually end up with a feast of anemic looking precooked veggie burgers or a spongy looking nut roast.  Thankfully for veggies, in recent years, people are embracing vegetarian cooking, not always for ethical reasons but for health benefits and all the tasty recipes that are on offer too.  

KEEP YOUR COOL THIS HOLIDAY SEASON: 3 Tips to Avoid Frustration with Your Co-Workers at Work During Busy Season

“WHAT IN THE WORLD WAS I THINKING!?!!??” - You, screaming in your mind.
We’ve all been there - the client’s frustrated, the frantic calls are coming in and you’ve discovered a major mistake that someone else made but is now on yours to clean up.
With stress running high, a huge amount of holiday events in a short time period, and exhaustion creeping in, it’s easy to focus on the client and flash a smile in front of them. 

The Seasonality of Food

There are few things as effective in evoking the feeling of the season as highlighting the seasonality of the food served at an event. While the availability of food differs as the weather shifts, there are other ways to express these trends by way of ingredients and overall style. Let’s be honest – there’s nothing better than hearty, warm foods for winter such as soups or casseroles. We’ll walk you through the ins and outs of seasonality so you can stay ahead of the curve when it comes to crafting menus and food purchasing.