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JUN
8th

Corporate World Business Dining Etiquette

Article By: Adeline Y

Are you going to participate a business lunch, but do not know what is the dining etiquette? Concerned that his client could go? Lunch with a client usually happens when you work in the corporate world. Gone are the days when trade relations are conducted usually in the offices. Dinner, to satisfy a customer is more than normal in today's society. Moreover, it is likely to happen in each area of ​​activity. To make sure that you know of diplomacy and grace, it is best to manage thes

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JUN
8th

Follow Appropriate Workplace Office Etiquette Guidelines

Article By: Adeline Y

If in an office, whether work or visit, there are guidelines to follow in terms of achieving the appropriate office etiquette. The workplace is completely different from at home, where they can act as you want, because nobody looks at you or upset anyone or any company. Remember to act in a respectful and courteous workplace. Do it with dignity and honesty at all times. It is a reputable and that their colleagues and customers love. 1) Appropriate business attire As for the proper dress, a f

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SEP
8th

Reviving the Lost Art of Social Manners

Article By: Meta J. Mereday

Many of us were taught the adage, “Kindness will take you where money cannot,” and it represented an era that kept social manners in the forefront. These social manners included saying “thank you” by sending a card that was handwritten and expressive and not a short, impersonal tweet. Today, there exists a dying art of exchanging pleasantries and having real conversations that involve looking into each others’ eyes and making full sentences. In this current era of smart phones and te

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MAY
29th

The Cufflink Collection

Article By: Leah Pisay

When we speak of cufflink collectors, two types of personalities emerge - the collectors who collect them for their sheer aesthetic pleasure and the wearers who collect cufflinks and wear them for fashion. From a collector's point of view, cufflinks can well be categorized into many types. Be it based on their shapes or for their original purpose, there are literally thousands of cufflinks out there. Here is a look at just some of them, from a collector's point of view. Functional - These are

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MAR
8th

Tips to Face the World When Your Loved One Has Passed Away

Article By: Andrew Declue

Death and grief are two different aspects, but they are somewhat related to each other. When you lose a loved one, you will definitely be in grief and you may mourn for a weeks. When a loved one dies, you need to gather yourself and look forward to the future. If there are any life insurance policies that need to be taken care of, do it at the earliest. If there were any last wishes of the deceased person, you will have to make sure that those wishes are fulfilled. There are two main ways in

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MAR
5th

Modern Etiquette For Using Mobile Cellphone

Article By: Martha Pauling

Have you ever been in those situations where someone is talking so loudly on their mobile cellphone while you were supposed to observe silent in some solemn but public place? These people are inconsiderate and tends to get on other people's nerves - with them knowing or not knowing about committing such offense. If you are one mobile phone user and you do not want to become this inconsiderate mobile cellphone user, read some etiquette guidelines shown below. Mobile cellphones have been adapti

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FEB
5th

Weddings Dresses - Formal or Informal?

Article By: Trevor Richards

When it comes to planning your wedding it can be a bit bewildering choosing a wedding dress. With the wide range of different styles and design of wedding gown available, finding the one perfect dress may prove to be a bit of a challenge for you. When you go out shopping for a wedding dress a good way to start narrowing down your choice of gowns is by thinking about how formal or casual your wedding likely to be, what time of year it will be taking place and most importantly - what sort of budge

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FEB
3rd

What Should People Wear to the Wedding?

Article By: Alex Lemone

If you're getting married soon or you have weddings to attend this season, you're going to have to consider wedding dress codes and what they mean. One way to find out what kinds of clothing to wear to a wedding is to ask others, possibly the mother of the bride or the bridesmaids, what they think is appropriate. You could also ask other guests what they are wearing, or as a last resort, ask the bridal couple themselves what they would like you to wear. There are clues you can use to find out fo

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FEB
3rd

What People Should Wear to a Wedding Reception

Article By: Alex Lemone

Are you standing in front of a pile of discarded dresses, sweaters, and accessories? Are you wondering if you can get away with wearing your only suit to the black tie wedding you've been invited to? Here are some pointers on what to wear to any wedding reception. The first place to look for clues about what to wear to the wedding reception lies in the invitation. Is the invitation on embossed linen with fancy script instructing you to "join us for a formal reception"? Does the invitation inv

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FEB
2nd

Regifting Etiquette: Arguments For and Against Regifting

Article By: Alex Lemone

It is a very common occurrence for people to receive gifts that they don’t want or need. Although we enjoy receiving gifts, people don’t always know what we want or like. What are you going to do with all those extra kitchen appliances, towels, and white elephants? They're brand new. It would be so easy to wrap them back up again and give them to your niece who is going off to college this fall. Before you regift, here are some things to consider. * Arguments against regifting 1. It is rud

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