Wednesday, 18 December 2013
Now, it is a fact that is not widely appreciated among the more populous realms of intellectual property law and practice that people who work by themselves, very often in their own homes, in a little room at the top of the house or in what used to be the spare bedroom or boxroom, don't have the same opportunities for pre-Christmas office partying. Some fortunate solo practitioners will find themselves invited to office parties held by clients or, where they practise in leased premises, they may enjoy a little partying with other souls with whom they have nothing in common other than the fact that they are tenants of the same landlord. For the rest, the Christmas party is a solitary vice, or virtue if you prefer.
How to have a party by yourself on WikiHow, here
Nothing wrong with being your own party, here