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Email Etiquette

I struggle a lot with writing emails. My emails are too long; I cc: too many people; and it is too hard to figure out what the point of the email is. 95 more words


Kissing, Nudity and a New York Minute: A look at International Travel Etiquette

By Jeremy Miville

International etiquette is more than knowing which side of the road to drive on and which hand gestures to use in a fender bender. 593 more words

Travel Tips

Wine-Tasting Etiquette

Wine-Tasting Etiquette

Wine is one of the oldest and most storied alcoholic beverages:  The ancient Egyptian nobility imbibed it at lavish banquets; it was so important to the Greco-Roman world that there was a god of wine; and according to the Christian faith, Jesus transformed life-giving water into precious wine in his first recorded miracle. 1,295 more words

Manners Monday: Etiquette on Wheels

Cherished readers, there are days that The Lady longs for the easier days of horse and buggy travel. At least everyone seemed to be going at the same pace. 231 more words


Please be nice to the staff

They say “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. And when they say “others”, they mean front office representatives, too. Most of the time, let’s face it, they’re standing in between where we are and where we’d like to be. 1,007 more words


8 rookie mistakes you're making when eating at a high-end restaurant

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

The INSIDER Summary:

  • We interviewed a chef, a sommelier, and an etiquette guru about the most common mistakes “dining rookies” make when they go out to eat.
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Faux Pas Friday #2

Remember–your bread plate is to the left of your place setting.  Don’t be the pesky diner who commandeers your neighbor’s plate!

Happy (and civilized) dining!