OK, it's time for my germophobe side to come out. This is probably the most random post I've ever written, but it's something to think about. Now that it's winter, you need to take precautions when throwing multiple shows with many guests. It is so easy to get sick because you are hugging tons of people, shaking hundreds of hands, or talking really close to each other's faces since the music is so loud. Since your immune system is a bit lower this time of year, and you are exposed to more people than the average person, just take your usual methods of staying healthy a bit more serious.
Try to wash your hands more frequently or have some hand sanitizer handy. Take some airborne or similar vitamins to boost your immune system before you go out, and try not to share too many drinks. Also wipe your pipe after you pass it around. You don't want to ruin crucial bonds by being too paranoid and not touching people, and some germs actually help you build your immune system, but just be cautious because you don't want to feel shitty with the flu at your own party. Speaking of the flu, when you are in this line of work, and exposed to so many people, it is very wise to get a flu shot every year. This is all stuff you should already know, but after getting sick a few times after shows, i just thought I'd mention it.