It’s important to recognize how commercialism and consumerism have warped our holiday senses. So much “hype” is created around the foods, decorations, music, and gifts of the holiday season through advertisements, social media campaigns, and storefront displays.
It’s important to recognize how commercialism and consumerism have warped our holiday senses. So much “hype” is created around the foods, decorations, music, and gifts of the holiday season through advertisements, social media campaigns, and storefront displays.
The 10 Commandments of Dinner Parties (from an anxious hostess)
Through the multiple high-anxiety, ultra chaotic dinner parties I have under my belt, I have discovered 10 commandments to make dinner parties less chaotic for any anxious hostess. 
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