It’s been a long rough year for many of us. On a purely individual level, I have to say that my year has been stressful, but overall I have no rights to complain. After a lot of self-reflection and discussion, I left a position as a non-profit event manager this past fall to alleviate some stress and pursue more personal and creative projects (like this one). As I no longer needed to commute into New York City, we also moved out of Jersey City and our home state of New Jersey, choosing to settle in the more affordable and slower-paced suburbs of Wilmington, Delaware. […]
Well, I’d hoped to have this post up before Thanksgiving, but regrettably time has gotten away from me. The move has completely thrown off my planned schedule, but the plus side is that all of that will be done with in about a week and half. Hopefully, you still find these fall event ideas and tips useful during this busy season, and perhaps the Simple Citrus Cider Cocktail will be a welcome relief after a busy day of Black Friday shopping!
The last few months of the year can be an overwhelming time for anyone, let alone an event planner. Professionally, there are so many holidays to take into account between September and January across multiple cultures and traditions, and many are substantial family gatherings as well (which, if you celebrate them yourself, will amount to some level of coordination and stress at a personal level no matter your relationship with said family). But because of all of these holidays, there are also so many ways to celebrate with food, and so many delicious ways to do so. Fall itself, I’d […]