When not keeping her friends in stitches, Lisa fills her day with a busy family, active PTA, treks with her children, Momís In Touch Prayer Group, lattes for her girlfriends, dinner parties for couples, adventures with her Girl Scouts, romantic dinners with her husband of 17 years, painting, decorating, and generally having fun.
After traveling the world, entertaining the masses and spending countless hours in her childrenís classrooms, Lisa discovered that people of all ages can benefit from a little etiquette direction. Most people, however, donít realize they need it. For those who would never purchase a book on etiquette and manners, perhaps a few may be tempted to peruse some tips. For those reasons, Lisa is not only an etiquette writer, she is an etiquette teacher also.
Children at her PTAís school, and those in her community, are gaining insight into setting the table, please and thank you, courtesy, kindness and consideration. Lisaīs etiquette classes also offer assistance on topics like sportsmanship, sharing, chores, shaking hands, introductions, ordering in a restaurant, eye contact, smiling, elbows, napkins and utensils.
Itís her pleasure to connect with a world of women who are passionate about their subjects. She is also quite jazzed about the prospect of writing weekly, cultivating an expertise in a craft which has been for the most part dormant. And finally, developing a following of people who care about showing respect to others.
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