It’s that time of the year, the time that everybody waits for but surprisingly get so shocked that it has come around so quickly. Emotions are high and excitement is definitely higher, with Christmas sales and food on offer at every second store. It truly is the season to be jolly.
Many of us probably have Christmas parties planned and finding that perfect little black dress is the number one priority when roaming around the stores.
Although Christmas parties are all about reunions and fun, there are a few things that you should be aware of if there are a lot of new faces around. Here are three essential tips to ensure that your night goes off without any problems
- Keep your drink with you at all times
Always make sure that you have your beverage with you or in your line of sight to prevent any unwanted additions. Spiked drinks are becoming increasingly potent and can ruin your evening even before it starts. Plus, you don’t want something added that may leave you in a state of vulnerability.
- Leave with the person or people you came with
The one thing about plans is that they are always subject to change, especially at a Christmas party. To make sure you don’t cause panic at the end of the night, leave with the friends or family you turned up with or at least let them know that there is a change in the plan.
- Don’t talk to strangers
This one is probably one you’ve heard many times from your parents and other family members. You never really know the intentions of some people, even more so when you’ve never met them before. This doesn’t mean don’t mingle, more like be weary of who you are mingling with. Many random people turn up for these parties claiming to know someone or the other, but actually they’re there for the free food and possibly try their luck.
No Issue if you carry AVA
Having a personal assistant there with you is always a good thing especially if that assistant is AVA. You’re safety is the most important thing. Don’t let someone ruin your festive celebrations. Take AVA along. A keepsake to keep safe.