Let’s face it, many of us at some point in our lives have received an invite to a bachelorette party that, for one reason or another, we would rather not attend. Here are my best recommendations for how to deal with the often delicate situation of saying “No”
Planning a Hen (Bachelorette) Party is a stressful business. Sure, you can go to an agency to do it all for you, but that can get expensive and it also removes that element of love that comes with putting something awesome together for your best friend. I noticed that there wasn’t a platform that existed purely to help guide and inspire bridesmaids (and bridesmen) to plan a kick-ass Bachelorette weekend, without doing it for them. So that’s why I built www.howtohen.com.
Here are 3 ways it can help you and dramatically reduce your stress levels.
While I totally understand the appeal of a massive holiday with your best crew to celebrate your upcoming nuptials, I am also a big advocate of the scaled down, local (ish), DIY Hen weekend. Here’s why.
Here’s the most comprehensive breakdown you will ever find on how to throw a great virtual hen party for your bride-to-be.
While it seems like the world might be falling apart out there because of coronavirus concerns, it’s important to remember that in order to not lose your marbles entirely, you must control what you cannot accept and accept what you cannot control. Many people have been told to work from home or are self-isolating, which is, of course, the sensible thing to do.
However, this newfound sense of “spare time” is leaving many people anxious and bored because they can’t think of what to do when stuck at home.
So, I am taking a short break from focusing on Hen party ideas, to offer my advice on some things you can do to develop yourself as a person, feel productive or in the very least, entertain yourself while being socially responsible.