My my, now where are my manners! I’m sure you’re feeling a bit uneasy about being in a stranger’s home so please allow me to introduce myself.
A Host of Things, LLC is a home entertainment brand that focuses on making life a little more lovely and provides details for the events that happen along the way. A Host of Things is an ad-free site. It is a creative corner of the internet where you can feel inspired and encouraged to create your own life!
As a true host of things, I have professional experience working in the hospitality industry in hotels, restaurants and catering companies and special events. I have a love for performing as an actor, dancer and live show host as well. Additionally I delve into sewing, cooking, home decorating, traveling and being the wife of my husband’s dreams and learning to be a new mother to my baby girl Saylor Capri. All things combined make me a host of things… I yearn to share my love, knowledge and tips with others.
I gained wonderful knowledge in many ways. For example I was able to assist with President Obama’s Inauguration events at the National Museum of American History in ’09 and ’13. In 2013 and 2014 I worked for Holland America Line as Culinary Arts Center Host. I hosted cooking shows in Food and Wine Magazine’s Culinary Arts Center aboard the MS Volendam and MS Massdam. I hosted craft seminars, wine tastings, fruit carving, towel animal folding demonstrations and other social events as well. I was also a guest judge for their Dancing with the Stars at Sea competition and I’ve danced for Disney Cruise Line and Legends in Concert, Waikiki.
I believe travel is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and I have an affinity with our National Parks. Orlando is where we call home, but you know that since you’re in my house!
I make regular appearance on HSN (Home Shopping Network) as a product expert for all things home so join me sometime!
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me! I would love to get acquainted with you as well. So stay a while and enjoy!
“The good guest is almost invisible, enjoying him or herself, communing with fellow guests, and, most of all, enjoying the generous hospitality of the hosts.”