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Every great party starts with a fantastic theme. Whether you are planning a quiet day of relaxation for the bride-to-be or an evening of wild abandon, focusing on a theme will help your party plans fall into place.

These 10 ideas range from traditional to unconventional, and they are sure to spark your imagination when it comes to planning an amazing bachelorette party that you and the bride will always remember.

Slumber Party

Pretend you’re 15 again, and throw an old-fashioned overnight party. Make popcorn, order pizza, and rent movies you liked as a teenager. Take time to do each other’s nails and indulge in a game of truth or dare.

Before the party, gather the ingredients for some brightly colored cocktails. Depending on the games you choose to play, the movies you rent, and any planned surprises, you can make your slumber party as innocent or as raunchy as you like.

Remember that sleepovers last longer than the night. Have supplies on hand to make a big breakfast in the morning.

Lingerie Party

Combining a bachelorette bash with a lingerie shower can be fun. Ask guests to bring some sexy lingerie for the bride-to-be, and see whose gift can shock her. For a more adult event, guests can bring grown-up toys as well.

To get the evening started, ask each guest to bring panties that express her personality. Then ask the bride to determine which panties were brought by which guest.

Spa Party

Take the bride to a spa for a day of pampering. Enjoy massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures. You could also throw this party at home. If you have the money to spend, hire massage therapists to come to you.

For a less expensive option, set up some at-home spa treatment stations with homemade skin treatments to try on each other. See if you can borrow a massage chair and a home foot spa.

Ask friends who are great at nails to bring their supplies. Serve fancy cocktails and appetizers for guests to enjoy as they relax.

Wine Tasting

Book your group for a vineyard tour and wine tasting event. This choice is perfect for an upscale afternoon, especially for the bride who appreciates good wine.

Alternatively, you could buy several different kinds of wine to taste at home. Ask each guest to bring her favorite for everyone to try. If you aren’t wine experts, print out a guide to the proper way to sample wine.

Chartered Boat

Take your guests out on the water in a rented boat. Opt for a party boat, a luxurious yacht, or a relaxing catamaran. Some boating services will offer drinks and food, while others will require you to bring your refreshments.

You can save money by making reservations for your group on a touring boat rather than chartering the whole vessel yourself. Some short cruises will have dancing and other entertainment.

If the bride-to-be is less of a party girl and more into the outdoors, you might want to reserve space on a fishing boat and try catching your dinner.

Shooting Range

Take your gun loving group for an adventure at a shooting range. A guide will teach each guest how to shoot a weapon correctly, and then you will have a chance to test your skills.

You can also try your skills at a shooting range that allows you to fire automatic weapons and other guns that you might not have a chance to experience anywhere else. Just remember to do any drinking after your visit to the shooting range.

Dance Class

Head to a local dance studio, and reserve some time with a professional dance teacher. Learn sexy salsa dancing, country line dancing, or ballroom techniques.

For a sexier party, take a class in pole dancing. When you’ve finished your lessons, take the party to a club where you can try out your new skills.

Race Across Town

Divide guests into pairs or teams, and lead them on a crazy night through your hometown. Each group should get a clue pointing them from the first location to the next. At the second place, arrange for them to get a clue for the third one. When everyone has made their way through retails stores, playgrounds, car washes, or any other creative destination, send them to your house or a restaurant where the party will continue.

Comedy Club

Bring on the laughs by spending the evening at a comedy club. If you make it clear by your appearance that you are a bachelorette party, the bride-to-be is likely to get plenty of attention from the stage.

If you have budding comediennes among your friends, attend an open mic night and encourage each other to participate. That can be an especially fun evening when combined with karaoke.

Camping

Appreciate nature and chill out under the stars on a camping trip. Borrow a camper or set up tents, and spend the evening laughing and bonding over a campfire. Ask musicians in your group to bring guitars for a sing-a-long, and don’t forget the marshmallows.

Not all bachelorette parties are the same, and you can throw the perfect party for the bride-to-be you love. Take her interests, personality, and comfort into account as you consider just the right theme for a pre-wedding celebration she will look back on with joy for the rest of her life.

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How to Beat Concentration Fatigue with Nature (But Without Mindfulness)

Focusing for a long time on projects and chores can exhaust you, making daily life a drag. You might plod from home to the office and back without enthusiasm, but you can improve your zest for life. Concentration fatigue may be beaten by spending time among nature even if you’re not a hippie. You need not hug trees, meditate in meadows, or immerse yourself in mindfulness to enjoy nature. Here’s how to shake off the stress from concentrating and unwind in the great outdoors.

Stroll and let your mind wander

Famous thinkers from Beethoven to Aristotle loved to walk and think about life, and you can too. Amble through the countryside, or along a sandy beach, and let your mind drift. The physical exercise will help you feel good and setting your mind free will relieve stress.

Have fun with family

Take your family to the countryside and enjoy a picnic or play games together. Other family activity ideas include riding bikes, flying kites, and camping. Or you could search for bugs, look at clouds, and snooze in hammocks. Also, consider carrying out everyday hobbies outdoors together. Listening to music, reading, and doing crafts in the garden is relaxing.

Take care of wildlife

If you want to be productive, consider doing your bit to contribute to the well-being of wildlife. Put up a bee house or bat box, or create a home for amphibians. Or, make a little wildlife sanctuary from dead branches and twigs. Bugs, toads, frogs, and fungi love making their homes in woodpiles.

Walk a dog

Enjoy taking a dog for a walk and watching your furry pal run and play. There’s nothing as sweet as the vibrant enthusiasm of a playful hound relishing freedom. You’ll be in good company and can soak up the non-demanding atmosphere of the natural world.

When concentration fatigue gets you down, go outdoors and your stress will fade. Don’t imagine you need to sit under a tree like Buddha and meditate to enjoy the gentle atmosphere of nature. Have fun with family or your favorite pooch. Or just while away the time walking and thinking freely. Then again, you might support wildlife in the garden. If you look after nature it will nurture you in return.

References: BBC.Co.uk, Verywellfamily.com, and Theguardian.com.


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