Elsa Maxwell, How to Do It, or The Lively Art of Entertaining
Elsa Maxwell’s Four Rules for Living
- Never be afraid of what They say. They exist only in your fears. What you do is the only thing that counts. What They say means nothing.
- The more you own, the more you are possessed. Keep free of material things and enjoy life as it comes.
- Take serious things highly. Take light things seriously.
- Always laugh at yourself first—before others do. Don’t be afraid to admit your weaknesses and failures.