Some folks need all the help they can get when it comes to good manners. From AppStore: Etiquette Avenue is the address for the “operating rules” for today’s workplace and your business-related social events. On Etiquette Avenue, you will acquire the skills that you need in a competitive world. Whether it is correct introductions, how […]
If you’re looking for ways to cut back this season, holiday tipping might seem like a logical place to start. We checked with the Emily Post Institute’s Lizzie Post, great-great-granddaughter of Emily Post, to see if crossing the newspaper guy and hair stylist off your give-to list passes muster. (read more)
Okay, I have to admit, even I hadn’t thought about posting something about pets manners. Someone had to do it. Check this out…It might save your holidays.
I took an unofficial and totally unscientific poll on a forum I belong to today. In the poll I asked everyone to list some Valentine’s Day no-no’s that might spring to mind. Here’s a sampling for your education and entertainment- first from the men: “Take great care in choosing the size of any … garments […]
Things to remember if you celebrate Thanksgiving dinner at someone else’s home: 1) If someone else is hosting the dinner, take along a small gift (wine, card) to show your appreciation 2) Offer to bring something to contribute 3) Be sure and compliment the chef. Everyone loves being appreciated for their hard work. 4) […]
I found the following “Trick or Treat Etiquette” rules on the Citizen-Times.com website and thought it was a pretty good list. It also reminds me that I need to be sure and get enough candy for the teenage and adult trick or treaters. Whatever happened to trick or treating being a kid’s thing to do? […]
It’s Flag Day today. That may or may not mean anything to you and whether or not it strikes an emotional chord may be more of a matter of when you were born. I was born in the mid 1950s and grew up during both a conservative and historical period of upheaval in American society. […]