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Old School Manners
Are old-school etiquette rules still important? Here are some thoughts on which ones you still need to follow and which ones you can let go.

How to Listen
Listening is a skill that can help you in your personal, social, and professional lives. Here are some tips on how to improve.

What the Bible Says About Etiquette
The Bible address etiquette for all aspects of life. Here is a list of 7 verses that apply to everyday life.

Fireworks Etiquette and Safety
Most Americans enjoy a good fireworks display. Here are some things not to do when you attend a public event or pop firecrackers in your neighborhood.

Backyard Party Etiquette
Backyard parties give people a chance to relax and enjoy each other's company. Here are some etiquette tips for both hosts and guests.

Children's Birthday Party Guest Etiquette
Birthday parties are important to children. Here are some tips to help them be welcome at their friends' special events.

Etiquette and Traditions for Guests at Horse Races
Before watching the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes, you should learn about the traditions and etiquette guidelines for each.

7 Mealtime Etiquette Tips
Seven mealtime tips for parents who want to encourage their children to use manners.

Craft Show Etiquette
A craft show is a great place to walk around, chat with artists, and find a unique item for the home. Here are some tips to make it more pleasurable.

Etiquette of Giving Advice
When a friend vents to you, it's tempting to tell her what to do. Here are some tips on how and when to give advice.

Manners Charades Party Game
Learning can be fun if you turn it into a game. Manners charades will reinforce proper etiquette while providing entertainment for your party guests.

Etiquette of Personal References
Turning down a request for a job reference can be awkward. Here are some tips on how to handle the rejection with grace.

Funeral Conversation Etiquette
It's not always easy to know what to say at someone's funeral. Here are some suggestions on what to say to the widow, friend, or coworker.

Etiquette of Personal Promotion
Lesson on presenting yourself confidently with the goal of establishing a great first impression for business and personal sake.

Etiquette of Arguing
There are times when you'll disagree with friends, family members, or coworkers. Before you react, read these tips on how to respectfully argue.

Forum Etiquette
Forums are designed to help users and those who are looking for information. Follow these tips to have a positive experience.

The Party's Over
Don't be the last person to leave a party. Pay attention to the host's hints when it's time to go home. Here are things to watch for.

Traditional Manners for Women
If you want to make a good impression, consider learning some of the old school manners for women. Here are some helpful tips that are easy to follow.

12 Etiquette Rules You're Probably Breaking
Most people break some etiquette rules. Here are 12 of the most common manners infractions you're likely to see.

Hats in the House
The old rule about wearing hats indoors has changed. However, there are some things you still need to consider.

Graduation Celebration with Family
Don't forget those who helped you through childhood and were there for you during the most difficult times. Celebrate your graduation with family.

Etiquette Tips for Bridal Toasts
Follow proper etiquette guidelines when proposing a toast at a wedding.

Parent Etiquette
It's easy for parents to forget their manners around their children. Here are some tips on setting a good example.

Phone Stacking Game Manners
Enjoy the game of phone stacking to reestablish your relationships with family, friends, and coworkers.

Etiquette for Preteens
Preteens often feel as though they're being treated like children. Following these etiquette tips will help show that they are responsible and mature.

Weekend Phone Call and Email Etiquette for Professionals
How to handle weekend calls and emails after you put in a full work week.

Etiquette for Widows and Widowers
Most people struggle with some aspect of being widowed. Here are answers to some of the most common etiquette questions for widows and widowers.

Funeral Thank You Notes
Thank you notes aren't expected after a funeral. However, they are acceptable if you feel led to send them. Here are some tips and examples.

Commission Sales Etiquette
Salesmanship involves more than knowing how to close the deal. A good salesperson is polite, trustworthy, and honest. Here are some tips.

Instant Etiquette
Learning all the fine points of proper etiquette can be daunting. Focus on these ten tips to get started, and everyone will assume you were born with good manners.

Exchange Student Host Etiquette
Hosting an exchange student is a rewarding experience. Here are some etiquette tips to make it even more enjoyable.

Airport Manners
Air travel is stressful enough without having to deal with bad manners. Here are some tips on how to make the event less stressful and more enjoyable.

Sympathy Messages
Words of sympathy can be difficult to write. Here are some examples of short notes that offer condolence for the loss of a loved one.

What to Do if You're Running Late
It's rude to be late, but there are times when you won't be able to make appointments at the designated time. Here are 10 things you should do.

Formal Attire Guidelines
Did you get an invitation to a dressy event? Know what to wear when the occasion calls for formal attire.

7 Things Not to Write in a Sympathy Message
Don't make these mistakes when writing a sympathy message to someone who is grieving.

Is it Appropriate to Bring Food to the Family of the Deceased?
It's always nice to do what you can to help someone who has recently lost a loved one. Understand the etiquette of bringing food to those in mourning.

Casual Attire Guidelines
You never want to look sloppy in a business environment, so know what is appropriate at your place of work. Know how to dress when casual attire is requested.

Manners Around a Pregnant Woman
Most pregnant women have to deal with rudeness from strangers. Here are some tips on how to avoid being one of the clueless people.

Frequently Asked Questions About Restaurant Etiquette
Knowing proper etiquette before you go to a restaurant will improve your level of confidence. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions while dining out.

Quotes on Guest Etiquette
Do you ever wonder if you're the only person who dreads having certain guests visit? Here are some quotes from others who share your sentiment.

How to Impress with Your Table Manners
Don't be intimidated by a lack of table manners. Here are some quick tips that will help you impress others, from your future in-laws to an employer.

When Your Kids' Friends Have Bad Manners
Not all children have learned the same good manners you've taught yours. Here are some tips on how to deal with them while they are in your home.

Job Interview Etiquette
Stand out and be a front runner for the professional position of your dreams. Put your best foot forward for a job interview.

Etiquette for Breastfeeding Moms and People Who Support Them
Breastfeeding your baby is healthy for both the mom and the child, but it makes some people uncomfortable. Here are some tips for nursing moms.

Manners Cheat Sheet for Kids
Teaching children how to behave doesn't have to be difficult. Parents can post this list of quick etiquette tips to help their children remember their manners.

Don't Be at a Loss for Words
Don't be afraid to start a conversation at work or at a party.

Sushi Etiquette
Sushi has become a favorite Asian food in the U.S. Here are some tips on how to look like you've been eating it all your life.

Summer Hosts and Guests
Etiquette.

Summertime Meals
Etiquette.

Hot Summer Elegance
After the newness of summer wears off, the heat can create all kinds of frustrations. Here are some tips on how to stay cool during the hot summer.

Summer Attire
Etiquette.

Summer Vacation
Etiquette.

Graduation Etiquette for Guests and Hosts
Graduation is a time to celebrate. Make the most of it by following these etiquette guidelines and tips.

Proper Gym Etiquette
It's important to stay in shape, but don't forget to exercise your manners muscles. Here are some courtesy tips for the gym.

How Should the Toasts Be Handled?
Toasting the bride and groom adds a nice touch to any wedding.

Mani-Pedi Etiquette
It's fun to be pampered with a manicure and pedicure. Here are some tips to make it as enjoyable as possible.

Business Card Etiquette
Business cards are expected in professional circles. Here are some tips on how to use them.

What to Do If an Extra Guest Shows Up at Your Party
There may be a time when an uninvited guest shows up at a party you are hosting. Be prepared and know what to do.

Housewarming Party Etiquette
A housewarming party is an excellent way of showing off your new home to friends and family members. Here are some tips for both the host and the guests.

Don't Smoke
Etiquette.

Speak Politely
Etiquette.

Essential Etiquette Guidelines for Theme Parks
Theme parks are typically crowded during holidays and the summer season. Here are some tips to make your visit more enjoyable.

Be Respectful of the Disabled
Etiquette.

Keep Track of Your Children
Etiquette.

Be Aware of Time
Etiquette.

Don't Cut in Line
Etiquette.

Don't Use Too Much Fragrance
Etiquette.

Traditional Manners for Men
As etiquette rules change, you need to take a look at which ones make sense in your life. If in doubt, here are some great tips to follow.

Southerners Can be Rude Too
Southerners have learned to disguise insults. Here are some interpretations of their favorite phrases.

What to Do After a Job Loss
Maintain your dignity after a job loss. Here are some things you should do to protect your reputation and career.

Baby Shower Etiquette
Enjoy hosting or attending a baby shower while following proper etiquette rules.

Jewelry Etiquette
Accessorizing is fun and can make an otherwise boring outfit look amazing. Here are some tips on accessorizing with finesse.

Playgroup Etiquette
Playgroups are an excellent way to help children learn social skills. Here are some tips to maintain order at your next get-together.

Money Manners
Know what financial details should not be discussed with friends and coworkers.

Etiquette for Cat Owners
Not everyone loves your favorite feline as much as you do. Here are some basic etiquette rules for people who have cats.

To Match or Not to Match: That is the Question
Some of the old rules about all of your tableware having to match are obsolete. Here are some ways to decorate the table with mismatched pieces.

Complementary Settings
Choose designs that complement each other for a cohesive look.

It's All About the Guests
Give your guests something to talk about.

Overall Look
Step back and take in the whole picture. It's the overall look that matters.

Foundation and Scale of Place Settings
The tableware doesn't have to match as long as you set it up properly.

Etiquette Mistakes Not to Make
Too many etiquette mistakes can make you look like a slob and turn people away from you. Here are some things you need to stop doing.

Proper Etiquette for Handling Mealtime Mishaps
Even if you know proper table manners, you have probably experienced at least one mealtime blunder. Learn the correct way to handle mistakes and accidents during dinner.

Locker Room Etiquette
Locker rooms make many people uncomfortable. Here are some tips on how to behave.

Etiquette and Protocol During the National Anthem
Everyone should show respect for the National Anthem. Here are some important things to learn and remember.

Overcome Your Fear of Encountering Strangers
One of the biggest fears many people face is walking into a room filled with strangers. Here are some tips on how to overcome this anxiety.

How to Get Over Social Anxiety
Don't let social anxiety keep you from going out and having fun. Here are some tips for how to put your best foot forward.

Alcoholic Drinks
Drinking alcohol during a business lunch is risky.

Wings
Chicken wings are messy and sticky.

Long Noodles
If you order long noodles, like spaghetti, you risk splattering the sauce.

Crunchy Tacos
Crunchy tacos can create drippy messes.

Crab Legs
Eating crab legs in a graceful manner is difficult.

Large Leafies
Large green leafy vegetables can get stuck in your teeth.

Crusty Bread
Crusty bread can leave crumbs everywhere, including on your business suit.

9 Foods That are Dangerous to Order During a Business Lunch
When you go to a business lunch, it's a good idea to consider the messiness of what you order. Here are some foods to avoid.

Humongous Sandwiches
A big sandwich is difficult to eat in a polite manner.

Stinky Foods
Onions and garlic odors will stay with you long after you finish eating.

How to Deal with the Office Big Mouth
One office bigmouth can ruin a perfectly happy work environment. Here are some tips on how to deal with this person.

American Flag Etiquette
Know the proper etiquette of respect for the American flag.

8 Tips to Remember the Names of Coworkers at a New Job
When you work for a large company, it's easy to forget everyone's name. Here are some tips to help remember the names of your coworkers.

Funeral Etiquette for Your Ex
Emotions typically run high at funerals, so honor your ex-spouse's family's wishes about attending. Here are some tips on how to what to do.

Stop Fake Complaining
We all know someone who pretends to complain but is actually bragging. Or perhaps we're that person. Here are some examples you can relate to.

8 Common and Frequently Asked Questions About Etiquette
You may find the answers to some of your etiquette questions here.

Important Nuggets of Etiquette Truth
Most people from the South have heard these rules. Now it's time for everyone else to know how to behave.

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Etiquette of Public Primping
Is it ever okay to groom yourself when out and about? Follow these guidelines for public grooming.

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Etiquette of Public Primping
Follow these guidelines for public grooming

Avoid Doing These Things at the Office
Office etiquette is essential if you want to be taken seriously at work. Here are some things you should never do on the job.

Insult Your Boss
Etiquette.

Send Email to the Wrong Person
Etiquette.

Eat Like a Pig
Etiquette.

Drink Too Much
Etiquette.

Talk Too Much
Etiquette.

Tell Off-Color Jokes
Etiquette.

How to Be an Elegant Person
Elegance isn't something you're born with. You have to develop good manners and use them all the time. Learn proper etiquette to become an elegant person.

Vacation Etiquette
Vacation is a time of relaxation and rejuvenation. Here are some tips to make your next one pleasant.

Host and Hostess Gift Ideas
Any time you visit someone's home for a party or overnight stay, bring a gift. Here are some ideas.

Mind Your Manners at the Doctor's Office
Doctor visits are often stressful or painful. Don't make the situation worse by having bad manners. Here are some etiquette tips for seeing your doctor.

Nursing Home Etiquette
Be on your best behavior when visiting someone in a nursing home.

Beware of the Etiquette Slayers
Everyone experiences things that cause them to forget their manners. Here are some examples and tips on what to do.

Running Late
Try to be on time. When you're late, use it as a learning experience.

Sickness
Don't let sickness make you miserable.

Career Competition
Don't let someone else's career success make you feel bad.

Rude or Mean People
Here are some tips on dealing with rude or mean people.

Fender Bender
Car accidents happen. Deal with them and then move on.

Clumsiness
What to do when you have a clumsy moment.

Gossip and Snobbery
Don't let gossip or snobbery cause you to forget your manners.

Etiquette for Business Networking Events
Tips on how to behave at a business networking party or gathering.

Be Appropriately Jovial
Show that you have a good sense of humor.

Leave on a Positive Note
End your first meeting with a positive gesture.

Make Conversation
Know how to carry on a decent conversation.

Listen Attentively
Always listen to the other person.

One Chance to Make a First Impression
Do you need to make a good first impression? Follow these tips.

Be Friendly
Have a friendly demeanor when meeting a new person.

Shake Hands
Initiate a handshake when you meet someone.

Do Your Homework
Learn something before you meet the person or interview for the job.

Use Proper Hygiene
Make sure you're clean before you meet the person.

Dress Appropriately
Dress appropriately for the occasion.

Show Confidence
Show self-confidence when you meet someone new.

Benefits of Disposable Party Products
Yes, it is okay to use disposable products for a casual party. Here are some tips.

Take the Stress Out of Children's Birthday Parties
Planning and hosting a children's birthday party can be stressful. Here are some tips to make it easier and more fun.

Etiquette of Handling Wedding and Reception Problems
How to graciously handle awkward moments and problems that are likely to occur during a wedding.

Disability Etiquette Tips
Respect everyone, including those who are less

9 Common Wedding Etiquette Mistakes
Avoid some common mistakes that can ruin the bride and groom's special day.

Mustard Mustache
Don't forget to use your napkin after you eat.

Was My Face Red!
There are many things that can embarrass you if you're not careful or forget your manners. Here are some things that have happened to my friends.

Toilet Paper Tail
Always check yourself before leaving the restroom.

Wrong Name
Pay close attention to the name of your client and make sure you get it right.

Good Intentions, Wrong Address
Double-check the address before mailing a thank you note.

Cheerful Toast Turns Bad
Keep your toast to the bride and groom family friendly.

9 Beach Etiquette Tips
Beach trips are fun if everyone behaves. Here are some tips to ensure a relaxing time for everyone.

Social Media Manners
Follow proper etiquette guidelines when using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.

Chitchat or Not with Strangers
Should you or shouldn't you strike up a conversation with others waiting in line? Here are some tips on what to say and do.

Multigenerational Workplace Etiquette
Most companies are made up of people from different generations. Here are some etiquette tips to help them get along with each other.

What to Do About Other People's Etiquette Mishaps
Everyone makes etiquette faux pas every now and then. Here are some tips on what to do when you witness other people's blunders.

Office Etiquette for Boomers
There are currently several generations working in many offices. Here are some tips for Boomers to get along with the others.

Etiquette During Someone's Final Days
Death makes most people uncomfortable. Here are some tips on how to act around someone who is dying.

Responding to Bad Manners with Bad Manners
Chances are, if you leave your house, you'll encounter rude people. Here are some things you need to avoid doing, or you'll be just as guilty.

Day 9 – Wedding Etiquette
Be on your best behavior at weddings.

Day 10 – Funeral Etiquette
Have good manners at funerals. Etiquette.

Day 6 – Technology Etiquette
Learn about proper etiquette for email, social media, cell phones, forums.

Day 4 – Behavior Around Strangers and Acquaintances
Show your good manners while you are out and about.

Day 8 – Etiquette at Sporting and Athletic Events
Learn how to show good sportsmanship.

Day 1 – Table Manners
Learn about table manners and dining etiquette.

Day 2 – Manners at Home
Follow these etiquette guidelines for a better home life.

Day 5 – Professional Etiquette
Have good manners at work. Etiquette.

Day 7 – Entertainment Etiquette
Learn how to throw a good party and be a proper guest.

Importance of Good Manners
Not everyone has the advantage of learning etiquette at a young age. Here is a 10-day crash course to learn the basics.

Day 3 – Relationship Manners with Friends
Be a better friend by following these etiquette tips.

Office Etiquette for Millennials
Millennials have a lot to offer the businesses they join. Here are some tips on how to maintain proper etiquette while learning the corporate culture.

Thoughtful Words for a Thank You Note
Sometimes it's difficult to come up with the right words for a thank you note. Here are some tips to get you started.

12 Things Not to Say or Do Around Your Boss
Avoid appearing less than professional around your boss. Here are some things you shouldn't say or do.

Leadership Etiquette
No one wants to follow a disrespectful and boorish leader. Show proper etiquette as a leader to gain the respect you need for the position.

Etiquette of Acknowledging Others
Never claim other people's ideas as your own. Give others credit for their ideas and hard work.

Etiquette of Acknowledging Others
Never pretend that someone else's idea is yours.

Etiquette of Acknowledging Others
Always rejoice with friends when they share good news.

Etiquette of Acknowledging Others
Let others know about the success of your friends and coworkers.

Etiquette of Acknowledging Others
The boss needs to acknowledge ideas from the team.

How to Make Etiquette Cool
There is absolutely nothing uncool about good manners. Here are some tips on how to show your cool factor while exhibiting proper etiquette.

Celebrity Etiquette Faux Pas
Some celebrities get attention for being rude and disrespectful because people can't turn away from a train wreck. Here are some things to stop doing.

How to Teach Professional Etiquette
Some of the best employees might lack the knowledge of proper etiquette. Here are some activities to help them become more proficient.

12 Cruise Etiquette Tips to Make Your Vacation More Enjoyable
Before going on a cruise, read these etiquette tips to ensure a fun vacation.

How to be a Gracious Loser
Any time you compete you run the risk of losing. Here are some tips on how to show dignity and poise when you don't win.

Sympathy Gift Etiquette
Sometimes it is appropriate to offer a sympathy gift after someone's loved one passes away. Here are some tips.

List of Bad Manners
You don't have to let bad manners drag you down socially. Here are some tips to help you establish good habits.

Etiquette of Borrowing and Lending
Borrowing and lending can turn into a very uncomfortable situation if it's not handled carefully. Here are some tips and suggestions.

Etiquette of Borrowing
Is it ever okay to borrow? Here are some basic rules you should know before you borrow anything from anyone.

Manners Around a Service Dog
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Never Interact with the Animal Without Permission
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Never Feed the Animal
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Show Respect to the Handler
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Never Insist on Helping
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Don't be Afraid of a Service Animal
Service dogs provide an important level of freedom to a disabled person. Here are some tips on how to act around the animals and their handlers.

Gluten Free Etiquette
Whether you have a gluten-free lifestyle or you are hosting someone with a gluten intolerance, you can maintain good manners. Here are some tips.

Toilet Seats and Other Household Etiquette Issues
Household etiquette is essential to maintain harmony in the home. Pay attention to the little things that make a big difference.

How to Graciously Deal with Rude People
If you are a polite, mannerly person, you probably avoid rude people as much as possible. Here are some tips when you can't get away from them.

Photography Etiquette
Photography involves more than skill in snapping pictures. Here are some etiquette points to consider before you take photos in the future.

Etiquette for Telecommuting or Freelancing From a Coffee Shop
Working from your neighborhood coffee shop is convenient. Here are some tips on proper etiquette while you telecommute.

Family Code of Conduct
Most families will benefit from every member having common goals. Here are some tips on setting these goals by having a family code of conduct.

How to Correct Someone Without Being Rude
There are times when you'll need to correct someone who makes a mistake. Here are some tips on how to make it less awkward.

Grocery Store Etiquette
Going to the grocery store can be a frustrating experience. Learn the rules of supermarket shopping from the parking lot to the checkout lane.

Strange Food Etiquette Rules to Learn Before You Travel
Every country has its own set of etiquette guidelines that differ from what you're used to. Here is a list of some you should read before you go.

Texting Etiquette
Text messaging can be good or bad, depending on how it's used. Here are some tips on proper etiquette while texting.

Gift Registry and Gift List Etiquette
Gift registries have become increasingly popular over the past couple of decades. Here are some thoughts on the pros and cons of making a gift list.

Mother of the Bride Etiquette
Are you the mother of the bride? Congratulations! Here are some etiquette tips to help you get through this very special day.

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10 Holiday Etiquette Tips
It's always fun to celebrate during the holiday season, and it's even better if you know what to do. Here are some tips to keep things mannerly.

Marriage Etiquette
It's so easy to fall into the trap of being rude to your spouse after the wedding. Here are some tips to help keep your marriage filled with respect.

Open Office Etiquette
Working in an open office can be both rewarding and challenging. Here are some tips to make it a pleasant experience.

13 Ways to Annoy Your Host
Before you visit someone for an overnight stay, learn some manners, or you may never get invited back. Here are 13 things you should not do.

How to Be Poised and Gracious
Anyone who wants to be poised and gracious can do it, regardless of their background or socio-economic status. Here are some tips.

Know When to Smile
Most people are affected by the moods of others they are around. Here are some tips on the etiquette of smiling.

Body Language Etiquette
Body language says a lot about who you are. Follow these tips to show that you are confident and someone others should know.

Proper Etiquette and Attitude of a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor, but it also carries responsibilities that shouldn't be taken lightly.

Avoid Common Etiquette Blunders in Restaurants
Learn the proper etiquette of dining out and avoid common mistakes.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween. Here are some simple tips to share with your children.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Halloween Etiquette Tips for Trick or Treaters
Trick or treaters need to follow etiquette rules so everyone can have fun on Halloween.

Respect Other Realtors
Etiquette.

Proper Etiquette for Real Estate Professionals
Following professional etiquette rules can make a real estate transaction run smoothly. Here are some tips.

Respect the Clients
Etiquette.

Take the Lead with Professionalism
Etiquette.

Be Prepared
Etiquette.

Show the Property in a Professional Manner
Etiquette.

Host Etiquette Faux Pas
There are so many things that can go wrong when hosting guest. Here are some things you shouldn't do.

What to Do if Your Boss Has Bad Manners
When you are in a work environment, you're at the mercy of other people's behavior. Know what to do when your boss doesn't behave.

Proper Way to Ask a Favor
Everyone needs a favor once in a while. Know how to ask friends, coworkers, and other acquaintances for what you want or need in a polite way.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities. Here are some important considerations for brides and their wedding party.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

Being a Bridesmaid
Being a bridesmaid is an honor that carries responsibilities.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
As children develop, they are capable of applying more complex etiquette rules. Know the appropriate ages to teach manners to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

When to Teach Etiquette to Your Children
Know the appropriate ages to teach etiquette principles to your children.

How to Be a Hepburn in a Hilton World:The Art of Living with Style, Class and Grace
This book shows the reader how to impress people, dress tastefully, establish true friendships and more.

Etiquette and Entertaining Trivia
Great talking points and conversation starters for your dinner party or social gathering.

Carolina Herrera
Carolina Herrera, Fashion Designer

Thank You Reminders
Ever wonder if you should thank your doctor? Look here for a short list of people we want to remember to thank.

Is It Okay to Stop Hosting Thanksgiving?
Gracefully end the stress of bowing out of hosting Thanksgiving in your home.

Emily Post: America's Etiquette Grand Dame
Remembering Emily Post a pioneer of social etiquette in the United States of America.

Cell Phones Are Personal Items
Personal, cell Phone, private, borrowing, etiquette, technology

How to Raise A Well-Mannered Child
Children are like litmus paper; they take on our ways.

Traveling With Dogs
Etiquette tips for traveling with dogs.

If Mary’s Dog Dies Send Her a Note of Condolences: A Look at Funeral Etiquette
Funerals are difficult both for the family and their friends. Here are some articles to help you navigate proper etiquette during a funeral, wake or memorial service.

Common Courtesy Tips
Common courtesy tips for public restroom use.

Book Review: As A Lady Would Say
Another in the Gentlemanners series, As A Lady Would Say is a handbook for every woman who wants to be well prepared for any conversation or situation. Written by Sheryl Shade and published by Thomas Nelson Publishers in 2004.

Common Etiquette Questions
Writing a letter of condolences to someone who has lost a husband or wife.

Grace Under Pressure
Some of life's situations require a certain amount of grace under pressure. Read articles of encouragement here about how to handle stressful situations and how to always have the right response.

Books and Brand Reviews
There has been a renewed interest in etiquette, elegance and classic living of late. Look here for book reviews, and information on brands that encourage and enable elegant and mannerly lifestyles. There is also a resurgence of information available about manners, civility, and etiquette in the marketplace today. Here you will also find great products I've found that will make your life more enjoyable and comfortable.

Classic & Elegant Designers
Highlighted here are some favorite designs and Designers who offer classic and timeless clothing for men and women that shouts power and decorum. Someone once wrote a woman's clothing should be tight enough to show she is a woman and loose enough to show she is a lady. Likewise we all know that in business clothes make the man (well not really but you get the point!)

Email
Articles and advice on proper and/or appropriate usage of your email accounts and other technology equipment including where and how to use them.

Exquisite Cuisine Ideas for Special Occasions
Recipes and fine dining helps for the consummate and elegant host or hostess. Find unique preparation ideas and recipes to dazzle any palate.

Social Media Etiquette
Find articles and information here about how to navigate relationships and communications on the internet and on your cell or smartphone. Etiquette answers about what to share and what not to share and sage advice about successful communication, perfect responses, online style and decorum.

Handshake Etiquette
Information on proper handshake etiquette