Sunday, December 26, 2010


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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Office Party Etiquette!

Tis' the season for the company holiday party. This is the time of year for employers to end the year showing their employees how much they appreciated their service. Although this is the time to loosen up and enjoy your co-workers' company outside of the work environment, there are some rules of etiquette that you must keep in mind when attending this event.
1. Wear appropriate attire- Although this is usually an after-work event, please be mindful that you are in the company of your superior and colleagues. You still have an office image to maintain.
2. Limit alcohol consumption- Nothing is worse than being the topic of office gossip. Well, Holiday parties are a major source for office chatter. It is never a good look to be inebriated in a public setting, but it is even worse to be highly intoxicated around them people who you need to maintain a level of respect from every day.
3. Have fun!!! - The purpose of the party is to have fun and enjoy the company of your co-workers! No one is saying that you have to be stiff during the party, but just be mindful of your behavior. It is the season to be jolly, just enjoy yourself with proper etiquette!

A Bash of a Bridal Shower!

The one thing that I love to do is to get together with my girlfriends. It is always most enjoyable when celebrating a significant event in one their lives. One such memorable event is a bridal shower. Nothing is more special than celebrating the start of a new begining- a blessed union. But other than the occasional male entertainment, most bridal parties do not know what type of activites to do during the shower. Well I am here to provide you with some fun activities to do during your next bridal shower.

Take a Picture: Again, not a game. This is another neat way to preserve the memory of the bridal shower. When guests arrive, take a picture of each guest with a digital camera or
a regular camera. Pass out decorative pieces of paper, like paper you may use for scrapbooking. Have the guests write advice for a solid marriage to the bride, etc. Make sure the guests sign their names. Collect the paper when everyone is done. You will then have a paper with advice on it and a picture of the guest who wrote the advice. Develop or print out the pictures. Find a photo book where you can put a picture on one side and the written advice on the other. Present it to your bride and groom at a later date. It is a really neat gift, full of advice from friends and family.

What’s She Saying: This game is a fun one! Pass out paper and pencil to the guests. Instruct them privately, to write down the bride’s reactions when she is opening each gift. After the shower is over,
share them with the bride, telling her that these are the things she will be saying on her wedding night, the first night of her honeymoon. You will most likely get statements from the bride such as these: What is this thing? How do I wear this? What do I use this for? Was this something I asked for? It is important to remember to not tell the bride what your guests are doing when they are writing down responses, or it may take away from the game!

Now if you want to play more spicier games at your shower, there are options such as Bridal Shower Panty Poem and Bridal Shower Candy Match Game. I will be more than willing to share the details of these games via email if you are interested in finding out more.

No matter what kind of games and activities are performed at the shower, it is important to remember that this day is all about the bride. As girlfriends, your job is to make the bride's day as memorable as possible!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

6 Ways to Rebrand Using Social Media

We are featured in an article on American Express Open Forum's website entitled "6 Ways to Rebrand Using Social Media." Please take a look at the article and let us know what you think! Please click here to view article.