Advice / Building Connections / Love / Preparing for the Date / Relationship

Red, White and LOVE

WOW. Our weekend is packed with parties and events all on one weekend.

How does one manage? First, share out what you have planned?

Then right out a timeline and plan to achieve specific things on the list. If there are too many things, don’t commit to all of them. Prioritize your time. Know your energy level. After a long week, sometimes it is best to choose less than more even though doing more seems to be what everyone wants from you. You and your partner choose how to plan out your long weekend with friend, families and you!

After a long week, sometimes it is best to choose less than more even though doing more seems to be what everyone wants from you. Remember you and your partner design your long weekend with friends, families, and you!

Party Packed Weekend

  1. Create a List
  2. Look at your Items
  3. Make a Plan
  4. Select what works best based on time and energy
  5. Go

*You can always alter as you go through the weekend.

If you can’t make a party then call and set up another day and time to meet. Sometimes those meetups are better anyway. Oh yes, the one on one is more memorable than the 50 person party. Just saying.

Best advice: Enjoy the long weekend with your partner and don’t spend it running around like a chicken with your head cut off. Never a good strategy. If you go with that plan, your week will start and you will be exhausted. Not worth it. You may even dislike your partner so create a plan together, work with each other and enjoy a long weekend for everyone.

 

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