Postponing Your 2020 Wedding? 4 Steps to Success

With many areas in the United States restricted from large gatherings, many weddings must be canceled or postponed. If you think you may be in this unfortunate situation, how should you handle the sudden change? Here are a few key steps to take. 1. Decide Early. The earlier you make the call to change your wedding date, the better it will work for everyone. First, you will get a better pick of new dates for things like banquet hall rental services and caterers if you get in line before the rest of the couples doing the same thing. Read More 

Why You Should Attend A Holistic Health Expo

In today's world, just about everyone is striving to live a healthier, more natural life. And, thankfully, doing so is made much easier thanks to the abundance of holistic health care products and practitioners that exist. Holistic products focus on your whole health, meaning health and wellness in body, mind, and spirit. They also often focus on promoting a healthy environment and planet and tend to lean more towards natural products and treatments. Read More 

When You Feel Like Planning A Party This Time Of Year Is Too Much: Solutions

Ah, holiday parties. What fun. What excitement. What merriment. What a nightmare to plan. If that last thought sounds more like what you are currently feeling, there are solutions to making this event less stressful. Here are a few solutions to that holiday party planning stress.  Do Not Have a Party Who says you must plan a party? If you just cannot feasibly do it this year, take a break, say no, and just go to other parties. Read More 

4 Reasons To Rent Tables For Your Next Event

If you're planning a wedding or any other event, there is a lot of work involved. It also takes time to work out all the details and make important choices. It can be beneficial to rent some of the items that you need for this big day. If you're still sorting out details for chairs and tables, take a look at rental companies in your area to see if they can help. Read More 

How To Push For Legislation

Whether you work for a grassroots organization that has an emphasis on the environment, women's reproductive rights, the economy, or anything else, having a voice can sometimes feel impossible. One way that you can be heard by the legislature is to lobby for whatever you are pushing for; the more that you and the people are heard, the more your representative has to listen to you. So, how can you push for legislation to try to get your point out there and heard? Read More