Kimberly Bakker lives in San Francisco and works as a boutique marketing agent, specializing in business matters, event planning, and restaurant/entertainment industry marketing.
Kimberly Bakker is a dedicated mother who manages Kimberly Bakker Events. Her work ethic has mothers everywhere wondering how she does it and how she seems to be flawless in all aspects of life despite her busy schedule. In life and in business, she has a meticulous plan for everything in order to ensure the best results for her loved ones and clients.
Kimberly Bakker is a “Momtrepreneur” who appreciates the people nearest and dearest to her heart. With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s a good time to plan a few special ways to capture the special memories that you should want to create with these very important people.
Some ideas from Kimberly Bakker‘s heart includes:
When it’s time to plan a party, a list is your lifeline. It helps you know who you’re inviting, who has already been invited, the items needed for the party, the menu, and other important party details that you might otherwise forget.
Some people find starting a conversation hard, so they avoid getting in the mix to mingle with family or loved ones. Don’t put the pressure on other people all the time and be the conversation starter at your holiday events. It isn’t hard to start a conversation for most people. If you can get the family and friends to open up why not?
Kelly loves to bring heirlooms into the holiday season. Family is important and when you have the chance to incorporate memories from times past, don’t hesitate to do so. It is a great way to bring back those special memories and make the holidays a bit brighter.
Don’t Play Bartender
If you’re busy serving drinks to the crowd, you’ll miss the chance to talk and get the party started. Set up a bar or use a cocktail service to serve guests so you’re not busy running around throughout the night. See This Page for additional information.
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