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15 Easy Ways to Plan Ahead for a Summer Party

15 Easy Ways to Plan Ahead for a Summer Party

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Relax! These Tips Will Help You Plan Ahead for All Your Summer Parties

Whether it’s a baby shower, a birthday party, a Fourth of July celebration, or a just-because barbecue, the warm weather delivers an endless parade of summery picnics and cookouts to attend… or host. But between planning the menu, coming up with a guest list, and pulling the whole thing off, hosting a party can be stressful, especially in the summer when temperatures are high. And what host doesn’t dread getting stranded in the kitchen while his or her guests enjoy the party?

Luckily, there are ways to avoid this and other party stressors. With a bit of preparation beforehand and a cool head, you, too, can make it through the summer party marathon—and even host a get-together of your own.

Follow these 15 guidelines to help you get ahead before your event so that you can actually enjoy yourself.


9 Ways to Plan a Gorgeous and Uncomplicated Party

Being a hostess can be hard work. Between the planning, shopping, and chopping – the one person that often gets squeezed is you. Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve looked down at that pile of kitchen mess with crazy hair and sweat pants feeling stressed out because there were about five minutes left until the doorbell rang! Sound familiar? But I’m here to tell you, there’s another way. A way that helps you pull off a party like a domestic goddess without slaving in the kitchen all day (and allows you to show up ready to your own party).

Here are my secrets for hosting a gorgeous and uncomplicated party any time of the year:


Simple Ways to Plan Ahead for a Memorable Holiday Season

With just over five weeks left until Christmas, many of us are starting to make our plans for the holiday season. It can be an overwhelming time of year, but with a little planning you can focus on how you want to make this year memorable.

Pick Christmas Activities Together

Every season there are certain activities and traditions that we like to do together as a family. Just like we made our Family Fall Activities List , I have been jotting down things that are important to us this season as well. With a two-and-a-half year old and a newborn right now, I’m keeping my expectations low on what we can realistically do. We’ve been trying to focus more on Christmas being a time of celebration than about receiving presents now that Lucy can talk about it, so I’ve tried to plan our activities with that in mind.

Our list this year includes things like decorating our tree together, visiting the Toronto Christmas Market to take a picture with Santa, having my great aunt over to steam the Family Christmas Carrot Pudding and taking in the local Christmas parade. I also like to think of simple ways to help us de-stress during the holidays , whether it’s taking a long walk in the evening or remembering to eat healthy meals to balance out all the treats.

Holiday Essentials Shopping List

From pantry staples to hosting duty must haves and household supplies to gift wrap necessities, I’ve got you covered with my downloadable Holiday Essentials Shopping List with everything you need for the holiday season. It’ll not only save you the headache of trying to figure out a quick solution when you run out of something, but it can also save you money by adding these things to your regular shopping list and picking them up when they’re on sale.

Decorate your Home Inside and Out

I love having the chance to decorate our farmhouse for the holiday season. The twinkle lights, colourful baubles and evergreens bring back my own childhood memories and I hope to be creating that magic for our little ones too. I’ve always tried to make at least some of our decorations myself, like dried orange slices , felt gingerbread men , a cheeky Santa , clothespin snowflakes and embroidered ornaments (I need to make one for the baby now too!). A nice pot of Christmas Simmer helps to get the house smelling like the holidays and we always love to pop on a little Christmas music too.

Create a Budget and Make a Gift List

I use my Online Holiday Planner every year to organize our Master Gift List, Christmas Card List, Holiday Menu, Holiday Baking and more. I particularly find the gift list helpful with setting our budget and keeping the seasonal spending from getting out of control.

Give Your Time to Others

While Christmas can be a wonderful time of year for many, it can also be stressful and lonely for others. Whether it’s donating food and gifts or giving your time to local charities and shelters, we can all find a way to help those in need in some way during the holiday season. This year a group of ladies in my town are putting together gifts for homeless women in our area through The Shoebox Project . I also do a purge this time of year for gently used sweaters, coats and outdoor wear that can be given to the local shelter, along with blankets and towels for the animal shelter too.

I hope you find these ideas helpful when looking at how you want to celebrate the Christmas season this year. For more posts on holiday decor, crafts, recipes and organizing tips, check out my Holiday Guide .


The best ways to plan a party on a budget

Throwing the perfect party is a labor-intensive adventure with a huge payout. When your friends enjoy themselves, there&rsquos a certain amount of self-gratification that comes from that. But if you, like a lot of people these days, are trying to cut back on expenses, there are still ways to throw the perfect budget bash. Here are a few ideas to cut back costs.

Ask for help

Generally, people are thankful to be invited to a party. If you feel comfortable asking for favors, ask each guest to bring a little something, whether it&rsquos cups, paper plates or a tablecloth. When everyone pitches in, you can combine your buying power to create the best party ever.

Make it a potluck

Similar to the method listed above, making the party a potluck cuts back on food expenses while making it a fun, homey and inviting atmosphere for your guests. Many a conversation will be started about the fantastic guacamole or hard-to-resist cookies. Get to know your friends&rsquo culinary skills and make it a party on the cheap.

Designate a bartender

If you had endless amounts of money, you might hire a bartender and a caterer, but, odds are, you already know a bartender (or at least a former one). Enlist their help! They have the incentive of handling drinks and getting to know all of your guests and you have the incentive to mingle with guests, knowing they&rsquore being taken care of. To cut down even more on expenses, make it a BYOB occasion, having everyone help stock up the bar.

Stay at home

Rather than renting out a venue, have a stay-at-home party on the patio. Renting a venue can be one of the largest costs in throwing a party, but staying at home is free. Plus, you know the venue well enough to feel comfortable. Sure, the house might get a little messy, but what good party doesn&rsquot leave a mess in its wake? Friends will stay behind to help you clean up.

Buy in bulk

You might know you&rsquore going to have 200 people at your party, so you might as well be prepared. Rather than heading to the grocery store for your alcohol and food needs, hit up your local big box store to buy in bulk. Typically, buying in bulk means buying cheap. Plus, you don&rsquot have to worry about running out of crucial party supplies as the night goes on.


6 Ways to Plan & Host a Holiday Party In Style

As holidays and festive season descends, we start thinking of entertaining friends and family at home. Planning and putting things together for holiday parties can be quite a task. I have hosted countless parties over many years and in almost all of them there is always a talk about food and drinks. The one thing that I love is when people gather around the table or kitchen, move around with their glasses, picking up good food and having good conversations. It makes it completely worth the effort you have put in when you and your guests are having a good time.

Over the years of helping people to host parties, there are a few things questions that keep arising almost everytime.

  1. What to serve and how much to serve
  2. Should I to make lots of appetisers or many main course dishes?
  3. Should I make multiple cocktails or stick to wine and beer?

To answer these questions and more, I have carefully thought out a list of ten suggestions to aid you to host a stress-free holiday party.

1. Buffet-Style Cocktail Party Or Sit-Down Dinners?

Make a list of the number of guests you plan to invite. Based on the number of guests, you will be able decide whether it's going to be a sit-down dinner or a buffet-style dinner with cocktails and appetisers.

Most often, the sit-down dinners would involve a lot more work with setting up the table and laying all the mats, dishes, glasses and cutlery in place and beautifying your table. This works when you have a just couple of families coming over. It will not work when you have a larger crowd.

The "Buffet-Style Cocktail Party" is a phrase that I have personally coined for Indian Parties. For in most Indian parties cocktails and appetisers are the showstoppers. In addition the main course is also given a lot of importance (Smiles).

Buffet's make holiday parties much easier. A buffet party involves just laying out the placemats for the dishes ahead of time so the guests can help themselves with the food when served. This makes socialising much more fun and effortless even for the hosts.

2. Stock Your Pantry, China & Glassware

The key to a cooking up a storm for a simple dinner or a party is to stock up your pantry with ingredients ranging from olive oil, to salts, to sauces, to spices, to cheese, to eggs, to milk, to vegetables and herbs -- all the basics that you would use in an everyday kitchen. Then based on your menu, shop for the related ingredients.

And if you are serving cocktails and mocktails then do make sure to stock up on elegant glassware to serve. You don't want to be using plastic glasses or disposables -- after all, we also have to think of the environment.

And lastly, pay attention to the serving bowls or platters for the desserts as this is going to be your party stopper!

3. The Drinks Station & Recipes

Allocate a special section in your party space where you can arrange your drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages). Make sure you keep a lot of glasses stocked and of course plenty of drinking water. Once again make a checklist for the Drinks Station: Alcoholic Drinks, Juices, Glasses, Napkins, Water.

The next most important thing is deciding on what alcoholic drink to serve. You must keep in mind that you cannot keep everyone happy in this section. If you plan to make hard liquor cocktail, then make a large pitcher of just one cocktail the rest can be wine or beer, giving people enough choices. As with juices always, stick to favourite juices like a mango, orange and litchi, these are most often crowd pleasers. And remember you had to stock for children and the elderly too.


Your rehearsal dinner is a way to showcase the style, design, and overall formality of your big celebration to come. In short, it's your guests' first impression of the wedding weekend! Why wouldn't you want it to be just as special and memorable as the rest of your events? One way to do just that is to serve a seasonal dinner menu that highlights the best aspects of summer, like fresh, crisp veggies, vibrant fruits, and flavorful herbs. To help you design the most creative, delicious meal around, we asked some of the wedding industry's top vendors to share their best advice for creating a summer-inspired rehearsal dinner menu.

What kind of dishes should you serve at this pre-wedding bash? Well, it's really up to you, but the pros offered some unique ideas that are as delicious as they are beautiful. One wedding planner cites fresh melon and prosciutto as the ultimate passed appetizer. Colorful, flavorful, and so refreshing, you can't go wrong with this classic combination. Another popular menu addition? Mini baked potatoes! The pro who suggested them notes that, although potatoes are widely available all year long, they're technically in-season during the spring and summer. Serve the beloved dish in bite-sized form for something that's comforting and tasty, but still light enough for a warm-weather event.

If you're not necessarily looking for menu suggestions, you're still in luck. Our experts also offered their best ideas for adding a little seasonal flair to your menu, no matter what you're serving. From choosing colorful veggies and highlighting regional classics to topping your favorite dishes with playful details like edible flowers, these tips will help you bring any meal into the season. Don't worry, they didn't forget cocktails! As you choose your signature drinks for the evening, take their advice: One pro loves a spiked milkshake as a playful option, while the other suggests shake up a cool sip made from freshly squeezed juices.

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Easy Ways to Plan Healthy Meals for the Week

As someone who has a pretty busy schedule, but still wants to be intentional about feeding my body with nourishing foods that will support my health, I’ve definitely struggled to plan healthy meals in a way that will work with my schedule.

Now I don’t know about you, but the thought of tupperwares full of the same boring meals doesn’t really appeal to me.

And I also like my weekends to be open to relax, read, and spend time with family and friends. (Translation: I don’t want to be spending hours in the kitchen every Sunday to try to prep everything ahead of time).

Well, after trying to make the whole healthy eating thing work for my schedule over the last year, I think I’ve finally started to nail down a routine that works for me – and that’s exactly what I’m sharing with you in this episode . (Yay!)

Nutrients to Include In Every Meal

First off, a lot of you know that I really love the book Woman Code . It’s a great read to start understanding how your hormones work and how to eat in a way that supports them.

One of the big lessons I learned from that book, and from my dietician, is to always start your meal planning by focusing on the three key nutrients you should include in every meal.

For each meal, you wanna include these three things: protein, healthy fat, and fiber.

Most people are familiar with protein. You get it from things like organic chicken, wild-caught salmon, or free-range eggs.

The second nutrient, healthy fats, can be found in foods like avocados and unsweetened coconut flakes. It’s also found in healthy oils like olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, and MCT oil.

A quick note here: not all oils are healthy fats. Oils that are often found in processed foods, like canola oil, vegetable oil, and sunflower oil are not sources of healthy fats and should be avoided.

The third nutrient, fiber, is found in your fruits and veggies. Some of my faves include mixed greens, bok choy, carrots, broccoli, and beets. I also love mixed berries and oranges.

What I like to do is take a little time to think through each meal I’m going to make for the week and make sure it has protein, healthy fat, and fiber.

Of course, this can be a big shift for a lot of people. So be grace-based about it. Don’t try to overhaul your life in one day. Take small steps and slowly work towards having these nutrients in your meals.

PLANNING HEALTHY MEALS: BREAKFAST

When it comes to planning ahead, breakfasts are probably the simplest. I like to choose a couple of different breakfast options that I alternate between throughout the week.

For example, I’ll plan on having eggs and avocado with mixed greens like arugula. And then the next day I’ll have a clean protein shake that has protein powder, almond milk, a banana, ice, water, and a little MCT oil for healthy fat.

Then I keep alternating between those during the week. This way, I don’t waste time trying to figure out what to eat each morning.

And I also get a little variety and switch between something a little sweeter (my shake) and something more savory (eggs and greens).

PLANNING HEALTHY MEALS: LUNCH AND SNACKS

For lunches, I like to batch medleys.

So each week as I’m putting together my grocery list for the upcoming week, I include a bunch of my favorite or staple veggies that I can throw together to make a bid medley.

For me, I love getting some of my favorites: bok choy, red onion, beets, carrots, celery, fennel, cucumber, apple or pear slices, mixed greens, and avocado.

On the weekend, I’ll take about 20 minutes to chop up those veggies and throw them into a big bag or container so they’re ready for the week.

And if I have some extra time, I’ll pre-cook a wild-caught salmon or fatty fish like halibut so it’s ready for my lunches.

I’ll also make a super simple dressing (olive oil and lemon juice) to have on hand for lunches.

So when the time comes for my lunch each day, all I need to do is grab some veggies from the medley I made, pair it with my protein, and then add some healthy fats (like a cut-up avocado or the olive oil dressing I make).

I like approaching it this way because it’s nutritious and it’s ready for the week, but doesn’t require me to spend hours prepping. I can also change up the protein I choose or the veggies I include to give it some variety.

When planning my groceries, I also make sure I have some good snacks on hand. Some of my favorites are almond butter and banana or celery, freeze-dried beets, unsalted almonds, and veggies and hummus.

I don’t portion those out ahead of time, although it may be helpful to do that each morning if you need to for your workday.

PLANNING HEALTHY MEALS: DINNER

For dinners, I like to find new recipes from Pinterest that I save to a secret board and switch between each week.

I still try to make sure each dinner has protein, healthy fats, and fibers.

I usually plan about 4-5 dinners each week. I like to keep things flexible in case a friend asks us to go out for dinner, or we’re running late one night and need to pick something up.

Ultimately, I’ve been aiming to keep things as simple as I can. I think it’s important to be realistic about your capacity and keep things simple for yourself, so you’re not stressed out trying to cook difficult meals every day.

LEARN MORE WAYS TO PLAN HEALTHY MEALS FOR THE WEEK

If you’re ready to start planning simple nutritious meals for yourself, go ahead and give this method a try for a week or two.

But remember to start small. If you’re really used to eating out or picking out food, then maybe start by planning just two meals each week.

Keep it manageable for your lifestyle so you’re not stressed about overhauling your life. Then, if it feels good after a month, add in another meal.

If you try to go all-in at once, you can easily get discouraged or frustrated and end up quitting. So start small and work your way up in a way that fits your unique schedule and needs.

In other words, be grace-based. And be human.

Wanna learn more? Go ahead, grab a snack, and tune in to learn:

    • The three nutrients you should include in every meal
    • Easy ways to plan your meals ahead
    • Ways you can batch lunches without spending hours prepping
    • How to eat nutritious meals in a way that fits your lifestyle

    And if you want to dive into more ways to make meal planning really simple, check out the free Own Your Everyday mini-course , which teaches you how to develop weekly rhythms, time block your week to be more productive, and meal prep healthy meals using a quick and simple system.


    Declutter and Organize

    Take the time before the busy season begins to declutter and organize the high traffic areas of your house. The last thing you want to be stressed out about is how your house looks or where you will put new items coming in. You should be free to enjoy the holidays with those you love most.

    Start by doing a declutter of your kids’ toys. Donate anything that they no longer use or play with and make room for the new gifts they will receive.

    Go through your pantry and baking cabinet. Throw out any food items that are no longer good and re-stock with fresh ingredients. I love to store all my baking supplies in these OXO containers because they keep food fresh and I can easily see what’s inside. I also use these Lazy Susans in multiple cabinets of my kitchen.

    If you plan to have company during the holidays, make sure the area where they will be staying is clean and tidy. This can easily be done ahead of time.

    Finally, clear out any pictures or videos from your camera if you use one. The last thing you want to do is run out of memory space while you are trying to capture those priceless moment.


    Make a written list of things to do and try to have a loose schedule for each day of the visit. Don't waste time planning at the last minute or the time will fly by. Once you've all decided what you'll do, make sure everyone is ready to go as scheduled.

    Don't schedule every minute of the visit. Be sure you can spend time just visiting, playing card games, assembling a puzzle, reading a book, or doing crossword puzzles. Ask one guest to go on errands with you so you can visit one-on-one. Suggest a special movie for cousins of the same age. Send someone on a mission with one of your children. This "downtime" will undoubtedly create special memories.


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