Do you have fear of failure as a host? Do you have fear of failure as a host? Many of us do, including myself. Unfortunately, it’s one of the most common reasons that we collectively hold back from hospitality altogether. However, what would it look like to look at each fear screaming at us to […]
We’ve all seen a movie when someone comes home for the holidays and is asked, “So, Where’s your boyfriend”. As viewers, it always makes us cringe. Why? Because we know that the approach wasn’t exactly the greatest & that there’s a bigger story at play! Kat Harris, author and relationship coach, walks us through […]
Ambience. A word used almost exclusively for formal or romantic settings. Can you picture the very aspects of the ambience in those settings that set them apart? Typically, you will find music that whisks you away, “wow-worthy” decor, often designated “space”, and usually an overall delight for your senses. Why is it that ambience is […]
Many of us find ourselves not knowing what to serve or we have a few thoughts of what to serve but don’t know how to bring it all together. We often ask ourselves questions like, ‘What goes with this?”, or “Where do I even begin?”. If you have asked yourself any of those questions, it’s possible that those very questions have kept you from gathering all together. It’s very possible that those very areas of uncertainty keep your table empty and your doors closed.
It matters because we want you to feel confident filling your tables. It matters because time around the table can change lives and food is the vehicle to do just that. We want to come alongside you as you start to look at where to even begin!
As we progress out of our school recess years, out of high school parties, and out of gathering in your dorm lounge in college, something changes. Reality is, many of these friends end up moving away. However, the alternate reality here is that we are told that in order to succeed, our focus must shift from living in community, to living in independence. As I’ve come to talk to so many of you, and even those in my immediate circle, what I’ve come to find is that people throughout all stages of their adult years continuously say one thing, “I don’t know how to make friends as an adult”.
It’s time, it’s time to engage in friendship again. Going first is probably one of the most frightening things you can do. What’s on the other side though, is worth every second of quivering. You are worth valuable friendships, you are capable of being an intentional friend, and you have the power to change a community through it all. We’re here cheering you on.
I had the most amazing interaction with a business help line and It was so refreshing. The feeling of confidence, true relief and empowerment I had when I got off that phone was shocking. Shocking! Why? Because it doesn’t happen enough. Here’s what happened A few weeks ago I called a professional office with questions […]