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The Art of Impromptu Parties

Social media has put a lot of unnecessary pressure on hosting. Carefully curated images of perfect tables, color-coordinated napkins, and beautifully arranged appetizers can make it feel almost impossible to have friends over without stressing about whether your place is Pinterest-worthy.

Forget all that. Color outside the lines a little.

There are only a couple of things you really need to master the art of an impromptu party, because an impromptu gathering is not about impressing people, or having all the right dishes, or even knowing how to cook. It’s about making people feel seen and welcomed. It’s about recapturing that face-to-face interaction it’s so easy to lose in our digital-driven lives.

It’s about people.


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