Whether you just need to remember if the fork is on the left or the right of the plate, or you’d like to know how to set a table worthy of dinner at Downton Abbey, we have a table setting guide for you.
Relationships with clients and prospects are obvious, but equally important are the relationships with your co-workers and your bosses. At the holidays, you have one of the best opportunities to enhance relationships at work: the office holiday party
The holiday season is traditionally the time Americans choose to thank those who provide them with year-round services with a gift and/or a tip. It’s important to remember that holiday tipping is truly about saying thank you.
An Emily Post Institute survey showed that people have mixed feelings about these newsletters: 53% like them and 47% do not. It’s a good bet that the 47% receive obnoxious brag sheets every holiday season. Here’s how to get it right.
Parents ask, “What can we do? The kids are wild, and we’ve left table manners by the wayside. Is it too late?” No, it’s not too late to spruce up the manners you want your children to know before the holidays are here. You can help them by sharing a five-step manners makeover before Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Step one of the Children’s Manners Makeover for the Holidays is about table manners, including how to set the table.
Step two of the Children’s Manners Makeover for the Holidays covers handling dinner conversation from chewing with your mouth closed to what to talk about.
Step three of the Children’s Manners Makeover for the Holidays is about giving the kinds of gifts you don’t wrap, like kindness, consideration and helping out.
Step five of the Children’s Manners Makeover for the Holidays will help your kids learn gracious gift giving and receiving.
Black tie, white tie; formal, semi-formal. Festive! Casual! Hitting the right note with attire can be confusing. Here are the details of how to dress appropriately for any occasion.
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New York Times best-selling author Peter Post tackles the etiquette of golf on the course and in the clubhouse in his recently re-released book The Unwritten Rules of Golf. Peter’s advice will enhance any golfer’s love of the game!