Wise Advice for Your Biggest Hospitality Fears

Wise Advice for Your Biggest Hospitality Hang-Ups:

Last week I kicked off the Erasing Loneliness challenge with the question,
“What fears keep you from fellowship and hospitality?”

You’ve weighed in and I wanted to share some practical advice for moving past your biggest hospitality hang-up so you can embrace the beauty of authentic relationships.

Below you’ll find a list of the most common ‘hang-ups’ faced by those in Kitchen Fellowship community and links with actionable advice from a few dear friends and other wise bloggers. I’m so grateful for your input.


Self conscious about mess or clutter in your home?
Read THIS from Beginner Beans or THIS from The Nester.


Apprehensive about fostering meaningful conversations?
Read THIS from me. Listen to THIS podcast from Michael Hyatt.


Worried your food isn’t good enough? Don’t know what to cook?
Ideas from Pinch of Yum HERE or Foodgawker HERE.


Scared about being vulnerable and letting people into your space?
Watch THIS Ted Talk from Brené Brown.


Don’t know how to graciously end a get-together?
Sandy’s got you covered HERE.


Stressed by planning a gathering?
Jennifer keeps it simple HERE.


Feel left out, let down, or rejected by friends?
Sharon walks you through that HERE.


Pressured for time?
Jonathan shares 10 ways to make time for what’s important HERE.


Do you choose the wrong friends?
Read THIS wise post from Craig.

Have your own advice or tips to share for any of these common hang-ups? Please leave your thoughts in the comments below. Your words make a difference to us all!


2 comments… add one

  • Merritt April 23, 2014, 3:40 pm

    What a great list of resources Alysa! Thank you for sharing. I can’t wait to read them all!

    • Alysa April 23, 2014, 4:10 pm

      Thanks Merritt! Pretty fun to compile them all – many wise friends and people out there! You’ll have to tell me which one speaks to you the most.

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