With the holidays fast approaching, parties will be popping up and keeping everyone busy. Whether you are the host or a guest, how you show up makes a difference. If you like attending holiday parties or do it because you feel obligated, what you say and do matters. Remember, even if holiday parties are “after hours,” in the military, you still have to be mindful of your actions.
When hosting a holiday party, there is a ton of things you need to remember. So much goes into planning. Before you get wrapped up in all the details, make sure you get the right information out to your guests.
Don’t forget the hustle and bustle that comes with this time of year. You won’t be the only one hosting a party.
If you aren’t hosting the party, you don’t have to deal with all of the added stress. But be a gracious guest. Here are some dos and don’t to help you:
Have a good time at the holiday party. This is an opportunity to mix and mingle with other people from your unit outside of the “office.” If you don’t go overboard, you can enjoy yourself and not have anything to worry about the next day.
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Brandy Hall, Nurse Writer, turned a passion for patient teaching into content writing. She teams up with podcasters and healthcare providers to improve health understanding. Now she explores the world through creativity and adventure as a mom and military spouse.