Tell your employees about the details of the change. This is another great excuse for a party–even a simple cake-and-ice cream affair can go a long way towards generating employee goodwill. And it will give you an opportunity to tell them about the new brand and its meaning and get them involved in the change.
It’s not a birthday party if there isn’t cake and ice cream. And while each birthday is special, there are some that are milestones. If you have a really special birthday coming up, such as having a daughter turn sweet 16, or another child turning 21, you want to have a special dessert. Furthermore, maybe the occasion is about you and you’re turning 30, 40 or fabulous 50. Whatever the case, you want to trust a good cake bakery to handle the job. The highlight of most parties is the wonderful dessert at the end. Many places can follow a certain theme you may have going or also create a special dessert that’s one of a kind just for you.
Girls of any age love to be pampered and to look good. A trend among the ten to thirteen-year-old age is to have a party at a local hair salon or spa. They spend the afternoon getting manicures, pedicures, facials and a new hair style. These are easy to plan. Simply give your local hair salon, a small local owned one works best, a call and take it from there. Then spend the rest of the day shopping at the mall and showing off the new look.
As your child’s party approaches, make sure that they are eating carefully and doing everything they can to keep their blood sugar levels in check. The excitement of the day can change their appetite and not eating can wreak havoc on blood sugar. Make sure that on the day of the party, your child eats a good breakfast and has a snack before everyone arrives. Make sure that they are well rested the night before their party and if at all possible, have your child take a short rest or nap the day of their party.
Also, a diet high in carbs, especially sugar and refined, high-GI starches, can increase your secretion of the hormone insulin, which promotes the deposit of fat, especially round the belly, and retards the fat-burning process.
Whatever kind of party a person organizes, planning is the key step to it. Estimate the number of guests that are expected to arrive. Knowing the estimated number of guests makes it easier for the organizers to decide the venue of the party. With the guests in mind, choose a venue that could accommodate to them. Do not choose a small venue if the expected guest is a big crowd. Do not choose a big venue, either, if there would be just a few guests anyway. A bigger venue means bigger rental fee. The finances would rather go to a more useful aspect of the party than be wasted on a venue that the party does not need.
Nonsense. You can eat anything you want. Just don’t overdo it. A healthy diet is all about balance. If you deprive yourself of all pleasure, your resolution to lose weight is likely to crumble. Take sugar, for instance. Although too much of the sweet stuff isn’t good for a healthy diet, including a little in your weight-loss plan makes you feel less hard done by and more likely to stick to it. Ditto fat. Including some good fatty foods (such as olive oil, avocados and nuts) in your diet will make you feel satisfied and less likely to pig out on unhealthy choices later.
You have a skinny mate who ‘never has time for breakfast’, so that seems like a great plan to you. However, studies show that people who skip meals tend to be heavier than those who don’t, possibly because they feel hungrier later on and hit the munch trail. When you skip meals, your body goes into preservation mode and your metabolism slows, as we saw in Myth 3. And that makes it even harder to lose weight. Eating three meals a day and two or three snacks helps control hunger signals and appetite. It also keeps blood-sugar levels stable, provided you’re eating a balanced diet and not snacking on chips and chocolates.