Making a budget for the party is the first \"to_do\" item on your checklist. By making a budget first you can figure out how many people you can invite which leads into the next section of your checklist. Next are a group of tasks which focus on your guests. For example, you will need to make a list of who you would like to invite, obtain invitations and then prepare, address and mail the invitations. Make sure you create a deadline for when you need to have the invitations in the mail. Give your guest two weeks to RSVP to let you know if they will or will not be attending the party. Prepare a second checklist to keep track of the people who will be attending the party. Next on the party planning checklist is about the location where you\'ll be holding the party. If you have not decided where to hold the party and you are thinking of having the party somewhere other than your home, it\'s best to do a little research before moving forward. You\'ll want to add a note to your checklist to call different venues and get price quotes.
Are there \'talking marks\' around words that people say? When I read my writing, do I have a comma or a full stop when I pause? Is it neatly written? The next two deal with helping to make the reading of your writing more interesting and meaningful. Do I have sentences that begin with \'And\', \'Then\' or \'But\'? These words did not improve your writing. Do I have interesting sentence beginnings? Have you used phrases containing adjectives and adverbs to help add interest to your writing?