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There are so many ways you can give to others as an individual, a family and a community. Take a little time to consider what you can do for others.
Cell Phone Etiquette
Cell phones are potentially the rudest piece of equipment on the planet. Here is one scenario where etiquette writer Lisa Plancich receives questions and concerns about every week.
Children at a Funeral
Mourning the death of a loved one is never easy. Being conscious of a child's age and explaining to them in an age-appropriate way what has happened is a great way to help them along.
Jewelry Party Etiquette
You're invited to a jewelry party but are pretty sure you don't want to purchase anything. Do you decline? Do you attend? Just what is expected of you anyway?
Planning a Funeral or Memorial Service
The loss of someone close to you is difficult to deal with. Here is a quick run-down on how to honor this person respectfully.
You've chosen the outfit. Here's a plan to put yourself at ease on how to accessorize
Proper Interview Etiquette
When considering how much of your personal flair you should bring to an interview, consider if the job or your personal style is more important
Job Interview During a Meal
Interviewing for a job is tough enough. But a meal too? This article will navigate you through the meal and help you snag that job.
Serving Wine in Your Home
When serving wine in your home, there are a few tricks to ensure your guests enjoy the experience.
Wine Etiquette in a Restaurant
Selecting, inspecting, pouring, swirling and tasting. Wine can confound. But with a few etiquette tricks, navigating the wine list is no problem.
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