5 Things Worth Admitting To
Your House Is Usually a Disaster Area
The next time you entertain, don’t pretend that your place always looks perfect. It’s as annoying as a stick-thin model saying
she eats like a horse. If someone compliments your home, be honest and say, “I’ve spent the last two days cleaning up. You
have no idea what was behind this sideboard.” It’s impossible to keep it together at all times. Wouldn’t you rather be friends
with someone who owns up to her imperfections? I know I would.
Yifat Oren is an event planner in Los Angeles.
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