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It’s T minus just days, where T equals the most anticipated home-cooked meal in the country’s collective consciousness. But that doesn’t mean you have that long to morph into Martha Stewart and host a holiday party that would put a pilgrim to shame. Do everyone a favor and dial down the pressure on the whole shebang.
You’ve heard the expression, “If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.” Well, the same might be said of a hostess and her party. If you’re feeling stressed and flustered, that’s the vibe you give your gathering. And let’s face it, there’s enough drama around the holidays without party performance anxiety. With that in mind, here are five tips to keep you and your guests feeling — what’s that? — thankful for this occasion.
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