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Domestic advice maven Paula Jhung (How to Avoid Housework) provides more practical help in Guests Without Grief: Entertaining Made Easy for the Hesitant Host. Borrowing from Thoreau, she begins with the suggestion to simplify, and then (with more humor), she explains how to have a company-clean home (clean what shows) and an organized, uncluttered kitchen. She tells how a host can buy flowers without breaking the budget, hire a caterer, feed a throng and put it all together while having fun and without falling apart. Anecdotes, amusing quotes and quizzes add spirit and dash.
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About the Author
Paula Jhung is the author of Cleaning and the Meaning of Life and Guests without Grief and coauthor of Entertaining at Home. A regular contributor to Family Circle, her articles have appeared in dozens of publications including House Beautiful, Bridal Guide, Woman’s World, and Cosmopolitan. She is an interior designer who owns CleanDesign, a low-maintenance, high-comfort decorating service. Visit Paula at PaulaJhung.com.