Have you heard about Dabble? They’re a cool group that create opportunities for learning new things. The even cooler thing is that you can teach a class if you’re an expert on a particular topic.
Well, doesn’t that sound exciting? Yeah, I thought so too. That’s why I’m itching to teach a class on a topic that I have a little know-how.
Of course, knitting is already being taken care of by Nina Rubin, store owner and knitter extraordinaire. So what other skills do I have that pay the bills, or at least I would be able to lead a class on? I asked a lot of my friends and Twitter followers what I know that they’d like to learn from me. The resounding opinion was: party planning.
I guess I have a knack for throwing a nice shindig. Who knew? Well, actually, I’m being modest. I know I can throw a halfway decent get-together. So now I’m going to lead a class and pass on some tips to some eager folks.
Party planning and party throwing have always come naturally to me. I’ve been the cook, baker, organizer for so long, I don’t even know how to start as a beginner. So here’s what I need: what do you want to know? What party planning questions are you craving for answers? When you’re gearing up for a party, what trips you up? How would you like to enhance your party planning skills?
Leave a comment with the kinds of tips and questions you have about party planning, and I’ll incorporate these ideas into my class. When I’ve set up my class, I’ll let you know so you can sign up. Then we can get to the good stuff: partying!
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