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The Tea Party
There's no such thing as a snobby tea party
The Rotten Host
When throwing a party, you want to be considerate to those who you invite. If you canít do this, perhaps you shouldn't play the role of host.
The Rotten Boss
Many bosses assume they are doing a stellar job. But if everyone at the office is unhappy perhaps you aren't so great after all
The Mighty Queens of Freeville by Amy Dickenson
Syndicated advice columnist and NPR contributor, Amy Dickenson, gives the world a reason to celebrate a life that's not particularly extraordinary, but definately not ordinary
The Holidays are Approaching
Keeping it together during this time of year will keep you sane AND polite
The Holidays and Being a Good Houseguest
If you are indeed someone who is forever invited to stay with others it's most likely because your host enjoys you. Odds are you already know how to ingratiate yourself by truly being respectful and considerate of your host.
The Holidays and Being a Good Host
There's an art to welcoming people into your home
The First Date
Youíve been invited to go out. Do men still pay? Although it would be nice, from a womanís point of view, men arenít always expected to pay when dating.
The E Christmas Card
How much does the environment, cost of postage and time impact whether you might turn to the e-card for Christmas?
The Art of Conversation
Book Review: "The Art of Conversation, A guided tour of a neglected pleasure" by Catherine Blyth
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