7 ways to be a good guest — and that includes your smartphone At its heart, the authors point out, etiquette is about communication and relationships.
With the ability to talk to friends instantly via text, or reach thousands on our social media accounts, we should take extra care to communicate respectfully.
Lizzie Post, a fifth generation etiquette expert, told us she and her cousin want to uphold their family’s tradition of good manners — with a modern flair.
Covering everything from thank-you notes to selfies, this pair introduces thousands of people to etiquette for the 21st century.
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Tried and true advice to avoid Internet scammers and find lasting love!
Contrary to outdated notions, online dating is not just for losers. Even your future soulmate could be as close as the click of your mouse! After all, for every fairytale ending, there are stories of disappointments, bad dates and scams.
If he gets too personal, asks for financial information or a loan, run! Spend the day at a spa, take a class to learn a new skill or a drive up the coast.
Pew Internet & American Life Project, Online Dating and Relationships, 2013.
I am not usually comfortable in a bar by myself, but I had been in San Francisco for a week and the apartment I sublet had no chairs in it, just a bed and a couch. One Tuesday I had lentil soup for supper standing up at the kitchen counter. The bar had red fake leather booths, Christmas lights and a female bartender. At the other end, around the corner from where I sat, a bespectacled man my age watched the game. The couch had a woollen blanket woven in a Navajo-inspired pattern, exemplary of a trend in San Francisco that a friend of mine calls ‘White People Gone Wild’. I had fiddled with the knobs and the gas, but couldn’t figure out how to ignite it.
It will give you a new perspective on life and love.
Technology changes, but manners never go out of style.