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To play or not to playWhen did we get too old for party games? Smaller, more intimate gatherings such as dinner parties are ripe for an after-meal board game; think Trivial Pursuit, Cards Against Humanity, even good old Monopoly works wonders on jaded adults, reminding them of happier days when real estate was cheaper.Big parties, however, lend themselves to dancing. Don’t skimp on your sound system; I’ve seen a smoke machine and a few coloured lights change a drab backyard into Studio 54 with the flick of a switch. Create playlists that cater for all. People, especially adult people, simply do not get to dance as much as the average human being requires. Pilates and yoga don’t relieve stress in quite the same way.
5. Eat meals togetherWhether it’s fish and chips on the beach, a pub meal or a backyard barbecue, sharing a meal with friends or family is part of the overall holiday experience. Because we make the time for each other on holidays, our meal times are less rushed and filled with lively conversation.Read more lifestyle stories