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Building Good Manners in Kids

Musawwara and Chidi approach the door of the class and start pushing each other. A fight breaks out and insults are traded.

Everyday I meet with children of diverse backgrounds struggling with socialization. 73 more words

Personal Experience

Etiquette rules

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Proper etiquette for all occasions


“Do you ever have to stop and think about what fork to use after the salad arrives during a dinner party? 105 more words


When Managers Gossip

I love a good gossip session (when it doesn’t involve me, obviously. Is that even fair to say?). And I think it’s perfectly okay when co-workers, who are peers, gossip as a way to relieve stress or bond. 322 more words



If you haven’t already guessed, my main method of daily travel is by bus. I do occasionally use the train when the weather is a little more forgiving, although these journeys are somewhat more civilised. 689 more words

People Watching

Interview (Part II): Eva McKenna Talks All Things Theatre

In Part I of my interview with Eva McKenna (read it here), we chatted about her role in Be My Baby and her career to date. 2,048 more words


How To Be A Gentleman (Tip #12)

It’s on you.

Always offer to pay for the drinks, movie tickets, food, etc. She may be insulted by the gesture, what with this whole feminism and girl power thing. 268 more words

Gent Tips

Australian Greetings: ‘How’s It Going’ And More

When it comes to saying hello, Australians have a few typical greeting phrases and choice slang words.

Usually greeting someone in Australia is a casual, informal affair regardless of whether or not we know that person, whether we are close to them or not. 1,756 more words