Planning A Girls Trip is All Fun Until You Have to Plan It. Get The Girlfriend's Stress-Free Guide
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PASADENA, Calif. - Californer -- Ladies everywhere love some me time and a girl's getaway to decompress, reconnect and release some stress. But the stress is usually carried by the person planning the trip because they are bearing the weight of meeting everyone's expectations.

"The Ultimate Guide to Planning a Stress-Free Girlfriend's Getaway" addresses the top three stressors of planning a perfect girls trip and more. The top three stressors include selecting a location, miscommunication with everyone, and taking too long to make a decision about the details. We've compiled our tried and true tips from our experiences and are happy to share them to ensure ladies everywhere have a great experience on every getaway," said Patty Flores, CEO, Festively.

Festively was founded by professional event planners Patty Flores and Iris Hosea who both worked for fortune 100 companies and have traveled nationally and internationally with their friends. With more than 30 years of planning experience, they have compiled lessons learned and great tips for planning an amazing girl's trip that's stress free.

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The guide provides recommendations on selecting accommodations, delves into the hidden fees of an AirBnb, and provides exact itineraries complete with images and downloadable templates.  The guide also includes bonus tips for adding personal touches to all your celebrations. The guide can be downloaded at http://www.sofestively.com.

"The guide is our gift to ladies planning their next girls trip. We want to be a resource for girl's trips and all celebrations. We will be launching the marketplace in the Fall to provide access to hundreds of vendors and party essentials located right in your own neighborhood," said Iris Hosea, President, Festively.

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