How to Celebrate a Finished Project in Style

If you have just finished up a home remodeling project, you want to make sure that you celebrate that success in style. Celebrating the completion of a big project is something that should not be taken lightly. If you really want to keep yourself motivated to continue in the DIY world of home remodeling, then you need to make sure that you celebrate your successes after putting in such long hours. Of course, if you are on a budget, you also want to make sure that those celebrations do not break the bank, and leave ample budget for the next project. Here are three simple, affordable, and really enjoyable ways to celebrate a finished project:

Throw a Party:

The classic housewarming party. Invite your friends, neighbors, family members, and even coworkers to come and admire your amazing new digs. Even if you have lived here for 20 years, you still have a whole new home to show off. If you take the time to cook a little, heat up some frozen pizzas, by big bags of chips and containers of salsa, and a big batch of cookies, this can be a pretty low budget affair. Even better? Ask folks to bring an item and turn the whole event into a self-catered potluck! Great on the budget, fantastic fun, and the perfect opportunity to showcase your hard work to all of your loved ones.

The Quiet Reflection:

If you are more of an introvert, light up one of your favorite cigars from JR Cigar and kickback and relax on your brand new deck. If you are afraid a high quality cigar will deep too deeply into your budget, think again. JR Cigar and Groupon Coupons are partnering together to offer incredible deals right now. Score $5 off, $20 off, and even get a free cigar with your next order when you take advantage of JR Cigar’s Groupon Coupons.

Take Pictures and Upload to Social Media:

Join the 21st century and photograph the entire process. Make sure to include before and after shots, so that folks can truly appreciate your hard work. This step can be combined with either of the above two approaches, too!

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