Unlike us humans, who value face-to-face introductions, dogs prefer some latitude and movement when they meet. Meeting nose-to-nose may seem the most polite way to us, but it's the least preferred approach.
"I felt confident that everything was going well until the woman tending to them said, 'Oops!'"
Here's why I stopped picking up the Gillette.
This needs to be fixed before your wedding day!
What does someone's eyes, nose, smile, skin or hair typically tell us about them?
It's all about context: applying lipstick at the table in a friend's home among people you know is okay, but a business dinner at a five-star restaurant is a no-no.
It's been exactly 39 days since the James Hooker story broke. Last week we learned the former Modesto, Calif., schoolteacher had an earlier relationship with yet another teenager. Hooker's now in jail, and his former student and live-in lover, Jordan Powers, is headed for the hills.
Men's style and grooming has certainly evolved for all of us over the years, and is something that's been on my mind recently. Grooming and style require vigilance and attention.
Emily Post once said, "Any time two peoples lives touch one another, you have etiquette." Even in a world of studied informality, the men in your lives could stand to benefit from a few etiquette tips.
Last year when my friend John returned home after a yearlong stint in Afghanistan, I noticed there was something different about him. Yes, he still jo...
1. If you're going to scratch someone, wave your tail first. If someone you know annoys you enough so that you want to pounce, claws first, to make th...
I've always hated the word "bald." To me "bald" is a bad word. How many people really wish to be bald?
When I noticed last winter that a person does not only get gray hair on her curtains, but that sooner or later it's bound to show up on her carpet, I did what any fastidious woman would do -- I consulted my girlfriends.
Speaking in a happy voice and tossing multiple small treats can also change the dog's perception of what you're up to.
I ran out of shampoo this morning. That may not sound like a big deal to you, but it is to me. You see, I bought the industrial-sized "salon-style"...
No candidate, but especially a woman, can afford to look homely or ordinary or even tired. If Clinton dared it, that would be the topic of conversation among, not only the media, but the voters as well.