While it is indeed possible you possess the dance moves of a young Travolta or know all the words to "Gangnam Style" in the original Korean, ask yourself, is this the correct moment to demonstrate said ability?
With flu season in high gear, here are a few commonly asked questions for those in the corporate environment.
5. If I receive a gift from a coworker that I don't like, or cannot use, can I ask for the receipt to return or exchange it?
I'm certain there are a number of snappish authors who advocate that dogs-should-eat-dogs (dog-eating authors who've managed to hit every bestseller list) but I believe in nice. Start by answering your mail. All of it. When you receive a compliment, say thank you.
When deciding who you will tip, take into consideration the frequency of your visit, the personal attention you receive, and most importantly, your budget
Here are a few holiday table etiquette questions to start off the season on the right foot.
Before you start accepting invitations to football viewing parties, there are some etiquette guidelines you may want to verse yourself in to ensure you'll be a good guest.
Walking in New York City is essential, but it also has rules or maybe even an etiquette, and is a whole new way of looking at the urban world. New Yo...
This is the funeral for online appropriateness. The point where literally nothing is sacred, even those moments where we can agree as a society regardless of how you process or recognize death, it is not acceptable.
I swallowed a small hysterical snort of realization that I was now married to someone not married to me. Is that even possible? I clearly needed to fix it, pronto. Like the wave of an unwelcome fairy wand, I went from married to unmarried with a deft stroke.
When I meet a particular acquaintance for lunch in a restaurant, I always tell her the reservation is for 30 minutes earlier than it really is. Why? Because she is never on time and I don't want to sit alone at a table stewing for half an hour.
Are you planning a trip to the theatre for the holidays? If so, it's time to brush up on your Holiday Theatre Etiquette. Here are ten timely tips before you enjoy your first performance of the season.
Annoying Traveler #7: The Photographer. A picture can say a thousand words, and when you travel with the Photographer you may only want to use words that consist of four letters.
I'm sure there are other little things I routinely say or do that make my friends and co-workers want to strangle me. It would probably take a small miracle for any of us to get through a day without inadvertently annoying the hell out of somebody.
You may disagree with their politics, television choices or the way they parent their children, but it's not your place to interject your own preferences and particular parenting style. You are a guest, not a voting member of the immediate family. Even if you are the grandmother!
Even the cutest of flower girls and ring bearers will need some kid-friendly entertainment at the reception.