If you are a new divorcee, you are probably interested in two of these things: 1) a new look and 2) saving money. In my new book The Divorce Ritual, I have a whole chapter dedicated to fabulous and inexpensive ways to begin a new you. One area we have a hard time neglecting is nails. A manicure is always a treat. My attitude is, no matter what, at least something looks good. Bad hair days, coupled with bad cloths days, Ok, but at least our nals look good. There is nothing like a fresh look on your nails whether you are heading on a date or out with your friends. Well, there is a fun and inexpensive way to curb that expense a bit and still keep things fresh. It’s called Sally Hansen Salon Effects Real Nail Polish Strips. They are strips that you can put on yourself that are made from real nail polish. Pick your polish strip and have some fun! Join the stip club now (you know what I mean). Check it out by clicking here.
This past week, I had a lot of fun promoting my new book The Divorce Ritual. I was interviewed about divorce parties on one of Australia’s most popular morning programs, ”The Morning Show.” You can watch it by click here.
In my new book The Divorce Ritual, I talk about the divorce party I threw when my first marriage was over. I always loved tea parties so that’s what I planned — a tea party/divorce party with all of my closest friends. I recently came across a new book the reminded me of that special afternoon. It’s called ”The Vintage Tea Party Book.” You can now learn how to host your own tea party with the wonderful ideas herein.
Description from Amazon:
The Vintage Tea Party Book embraces the style and class of the trendy London Vintage scene and illustrates how to beautifully recreate the tasty treats and classic styles at home. A unique mixture of recipes and feature spreads with accessible tips on hairstyling, makeup methods and tips on where to collect vintage china
Angel Adoree cordially invites you to accompany her on a journey to create your perfect vintage tea party. Expect glamour, roses, rabbits, headscarves, foxes, teapots, crows, parlour games, cake stands, hair and make-up tips and, not forgetting, humongous amounts of magical tea party food that is fit for the Queen of England, and easy enough for you to make.
To pick up the book click here.
Yesterday we covered some fun divorce party costumes for the men. Today, it’s the women’s turn. There are lots of famous divorced divas out there who have even divorced numerous times and still survived. And dressing up as one of them at your next divorce costume party will get the crowd and yourself in the mood to move on and laugh it up! Here are five fabulous divorced ladies below from Hollywood past and present. For more costume ideas look to pick up my book The Divorce Ritual.
Someone called me recently to ask what they could do to make their divorce party fun . I immediately said, “Have everyone dress up!” She replied, “Do you mean black tie?” “No,” I said. “Have them dress up in costume.” Halloween doesn’t have to come once a year, right? Have fun anytime with a divorce costume party!
In my soon-to-be-released book The Divorce Ritual I suggest lots of ideas for throwing a divorce party, including a costume party. The theme of this event is for everyone to dress up as a famous (can also be infamous) person. At a first glance a few people will come to mind, but as you think more and more this game of finding someone to dress up as really gets to be fun. Here are five fun ideas for men below. Tune in Thursday for the list of women! Who would you dress up as?
FAMOUS DIVORCED MEN
A big thanks to everyone for all of the positive feedback on Twiiter and this blog about my book cover for “The Divorce Ritual” (pictured above). As always, I deeply appreciate your continued support on this endeavor. I am very proud to announce that my trailer for the book is now available for viewing! If you’re wondering what an divorce ritual is…we answer that question and much more in this unique video It also shows the inner-workings of a divorce party as we filmed it during an event for Christine a truly wonderful and strong recent divorcee. She decided to move on and not look back…and nothing says, “I’m not looking back” like a divorce party. We shot the video along the Venice Beach canals in California. Cocktails were flowing. The crowd was excited. The divorcee was smiling. Nothing could have been better!
I hope you enjoy the trailer and look forward to your feedback. You can watch it by clicking here.