Let your first impression and your last be love

Have an extra helping of harmony.

Much thought often goes into meal preparation, whether at holidays or other times. And often, following a big meal, there are leftovers. But have you ever considered the kind of leftover impressions that people may take home with them? These can be important, because we don't want a happy occasion marred by someone going away with a "bad taste" in his or her mouth.

Family and social gatherings often seem promising before they have taken place, but they are not always viewed with the same satisfaction after the fact. What more can we do to ensure that our guests feel like valued guests?

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