Four Tips to make your Super Bowl Party more successful!

Four Tips to make your Super Bowl Party more successful!

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The most important rule for a Super Bowl party is to always make sure there’s enough food and booze. But here are four other tips that aren’t so obvious . . .

  1.  Tell people to get there early. If they all show up five minutes before the game, they won’t have time to relax and hang out. So tell them they can come an hour or two before kickoff if they want.
  2.  Have more than one TV set up. If you’ve got a lot of people coming, you might even want two in your living room so everyone isn’t crowded around the same TV. And having one you can see from the kitchen is also nice.
  3.  Play games and hand out prizes. It might sound lame, but it makes it more fun for the people who don’t actually care about football. You can print out Super Bowl bingo cards for free. Or just google “Super Bowl party games” if you need ideas.And if you want to gamble, the Super Bowl squares thing is always popular. That’s where you draw a grid . . . everyone gets numbers . . . and you win money based on the score at the end of each quarter. Download Superbowl Squares PDF here
  4.  Have a football on hand. A lot of people still like the tradition of going outside at halftime and throwing it around.

 

(International Business Times)

 

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Four Tips for Taking the Perfect Selfie

Four Tips for Taking the Perfect Selfie

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So many people are taking selfies now, experts are actually weighing in on how to take the BEST selfie you can. Here are four tips from a stylist who’s worked with Nicole Kidman and a BUNCH of other celebrities.

  1. Stand or sit up straight, and then relax. The idea is you want to have good posture, but not look tense.
  2. Lean in toward the camera a little. Not WAY in, or you’ll look weird. But doing it a little gives you some energy.
  3. Look away, then turn and smile just in time for the photo. It prevents you from ending up with that “fake” smile look on your face.
  4. Look straight into the lens. It’s tempting to look at the screen. But when you do that, it can end up looking like you didn’t quite know where the camera was.

(Daily Mail)