‘Tis the season to eat, drink and be stressed out! The holidays need to be a time for family and a time for giving…not just for giving you a headache.
Here are a few helpful hints to get you through this holiday season, well…at least get you through the stressful parts, hopefully after reading this you will be able to sit back and enjoy the most wonderful time of the year!
If you’re going to a Holiday Party…
3 Fresh Ideas for Host/Hostess Gifts
7 Ways to be the Perfect Party Guest
If you’re hosting a Holiday Party…
Holiday Hosting Hack: two-ingredient recipes
Crockpot Cocktails for Cold Weather
If you’re hosting guests…
How to Host Without a Guest Room
Holiday Hosting: Guest Room Must-Haves
How to Prepare for Out-of-Town Guests
The One Thing Your Holiday Houseguests Won’t Tell You
10 Pre-Holiday Cleaning Tips and Tricks
If you’re drawing a gift giving blank…
Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Favorites for Seattle Food Lovers
If you’re not trying to pack on the traditional holiday pounds…
50 Holiday Recipes You Won’t Regret in January
We asked Property Manager Matt what he does to prepare for the holidays:
Matt said he thinks it’s important to take a break from all of your to-do lists and do something that makes you excited for the holiday season!
Matt suggests treating yourself to a festive showing of the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s new production of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker! He said it’s a specular evening for the whole family! For a more romantic evening, Matt suggests taking a stroll with your theater date to Palace Kitchen for a cozy pre-theater dinner.
A night to submerse yourself in holiday cheer!