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    An etiquette expert is taking Netflix by storm with he new hit TV show Mind Your Manners.  Harvard Business School graduate Sara Jane Ho, who grew up across  Papua New Guinea, Taiwan, Britain and the United States, founded her charm school Institute Sarita in 2012.  With courses ranging from Introduction to Expensive Sports to British Afternoon Tea, her lessons quickly grew up in popularity and caught the attention of Netflix executives.  Mind Your Manners was released on the streaming platform at the end of last year, and now Sara has opened up about how  she views etiquette as a form of socialisation.  Harvard Business School graduate Sara Jane Ho, is taking Netflix by storm after appearing in her own hit TV show Mind Your Manners RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'You're so discriminatory!' Couple on a Southwest flight... How to avoid injury if you've taken up cycling in lockdown:... Share this article Share She told the New York Times: ''Wherever I go, I see myself as in the field. I'm observing: "What are the...
    THESE five wedding Dos and Don'ts will help you become the perfect, well-mannered guest, according to an etiquette coach. Mariah who goes by @oldsouletiquette on TikTok teaches her viewers how to properly behave for any social gathering. 2This etiquette coach shared her top five tips for wedding guestsCredit: TikTok/@oldsouletiquette 2These tips range from what to wear to who you should bringCredit: Getty In a recent video, Mariah shared her top five etiquette tips if you are invited to a wedding. If you get a wedding invitation, "always RSVP and make sure it gets there on time," Mariah advised. "Only bring a plus-one if you've been invited to do and be sure to choose them carefully," she added. Another bride shared the four most annoying responses she had from guests after sending out her invites. Read more on weddingsUNSEEMLY I was a wedding guest who looked like part of the bridal party due to a mistakewedding wow I went backstage at Bridal Fashion Week - the most surprising trends for 2023 She said that guests asked if they could bring people...
    AN etiquette coach has revealed five office habits that could ruin your reputation at work. TikToker Pattie Ehaei, whose been a hiring manager for over twenty years, gave tips to anyone who may be starting their first professional job. 2A TikToker has revealed five things that could ruin your reputation at workCredit: Getty 2Pattie Ehaei gave tips to anyone who may not know how to act in an office settingCredit: TikTok/ duchessofdecorum "For those of you going back to the office, or for those that have never worked in an office I'm gonna give you some tips so you don't embarrass yourselves," she said. Her first tip involved dressing for success. "Don't wear anything to work that you would wear to the pool, to the gym, or to the club," the business lady said in the video. Next, she recommended keeping your phone on silent so you don't disturb anyone else who may be trying to focus. read more on etiquetteBETTER MANNERS I'm an etiquette expert - 5 tacky things you should NEVER do while diningMAKING CHANGES I’m an elegance...
    A TIKTOK expert has unlocked the key to post-interview job etiquette. By following five simple but little-known rules, a job can be easy to nail in unexpected ways. 2@suzy.says on TikTok shares tips with her followers on how they can 'gain confidence to master social situations'Credit: TikTok 2Suzy advises sending a follow-up email within 24 hoursCredit: TikTok @suzy.says on TikTok shares tips with her followers on how they can "gain confidence to master social situations," her bio proudly states. Her channel is fleshed out with everything from networking tips, to what to do if you forget a name whilst you meet somebody out and about. Send an email within 24 hours to thank the company for interviewing you. Any additional information that the interviewers request can be sent in this email. Read More on Etiquette TipsKID YOU NOT I'm an etiquette expert - why using dummies and iPads makes you a tacky parentHOME ESSENTIALS I’m an etiquette expert – things to have at home before inviting guests A handwritten note the next day saying thank you for the opportunity...
    AN etiquette expert has revealed the post-wedding activity you must get done after your honeymoon. Denise Suthoff, who regularly shares insightful tips to brides and grooms planning weddings, shared a video to TikTok with the piece of advice. 3Etiquette expert Denise Suthoff reveals the one thing you should do after a weddingCredit: TikTok/weddingtalk901 3She regularly shares insightful tips to brides and grooms planning weddingsCredit: TikTok/weddingtalk901 In the video posted under her handle @weddingtalk901, she revealed an important task that must be completed after the wedding. She explained thank you notes to show appreciation to the guests who attended the wedding are an "etiquette must". Denise advised: "You technically have three months to get them done but don't take that long. "Get them as soon as you get back from your honeymoon, just go ahead and get them out. READ MORE ON WEDDINGSGETTING DITCHED I'm a bridesmaid - the bride's response to a simple request left me stunnedEYE DO I'm a wedding guest - people think my 6-step prep the night before is wild "If...
    AN elegance coach has shared the five crucial dining etiquette mistakes that might have you looking tacky at dinners. They may be difficult habits to break, but they'll leave you looking classier and more refined. 2An elegance coach has shared five mistakes you might be making at the dining tableCredit: TikTok/theimageboss 2Obehi says every lady should avoid these mistakesCredit: TikTok/theimageboss Obehi, who goes by @theimageboss, is an etiquette and elegance coach offering tips and tricks on her TikTok page. When it comes to dining etiquette, she has shared a variety of tips to help ladies appear to be more refined and elegant. But there are five specific actions Obehi has said to avoid in a recent video. First, she says ladies should not lean towards a spoon. READ MORE ETIQUETTE STORIESSUNDAY'S BEST I'm an etiquette expert – the tackiest things people do at EasterFOOD FOR THOUGHT I’m an etiquette expert - these table manners make you look common She also says to never blow air onto your food to cool it down. A third tip is to not place your...
    AN etiquette coach has revealed three things you should never do while out shopping for clothing. Maria Liassides, a London-based etiquette coach, took to Tik Tok to promote good manners and offer tips to anyone looking to purchase new articles of clothing or shoes. 6Maria Liassides is a London-based etiquette coachCredit: TikTok/@marialiassides 6The Tik Tok user promotes good manners and offers tips to anyone looking to purchase new articles of clothing or shoesCredit: TikTok/@marialiassides According to the Tik Tok user, people should never try on shoes without socks on, never talk on the phone while shopping, and never leave an item in the wrong spot. Maria, who also offers various other types of etiquette tips on her page, advises in one of her videos that shoppers should put their phones on silent mode while inside a store. In the short video clip, Maria pretends to talk on her phone inside a store, prompting a nearby shopper to appear annoyed. The solution appears easy as she suggests people keep their phones on silent mode and inside their pockets or purses. Read...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Whether it’s a wild goose chase for rapid testing kits or agonizing over guests’ vaccination status – many families are tackling some tricky conversations about Christmas plans just days away. “We were really looking forward to this holiday season. Now with the omicron variant, everyone needs to pause,” said Jodi R. R. Smith of Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting. READ MORE: Demand For COVID Tests Surges Ahead Of Christmas; Waltham Runs Out Of Free At-Home Kits‘Manners matter, but it’s safety first.’ That’s the free advice Smith is gifting her family and friends, and her phone has been ringing a lot. “Nobody wants to give COVID as a holiday gift, and no one wants to be the Typhoid Mary of the holiday season, that somebody came to my open house and had a couple of cookies and then went to the house down the block and now everybody is sick,” she said. READ MORE: Former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn Recovering After FallIf the size of your celebration is changing, how do you say so? Smith advises less is...
    Gift cards are sometimes criticized as impersonal presents, or perhaps worse, forgettable pieces of plastic that end up stuck in a drawer and never get used. WTOP asked etiquette and gift-giving experts to weigh in on the gift card debate. More Holiday News “There was a time when we would probably discourage gift cards,” Crystal Bailey, director of the Etiquette Institute of Washington, told WTOP. “But there’s a good way to go about doing it where the both the recipient and the giver can feel great in the end.” Here are more experts’ thoughts on how to make gift cards the best possible present, and when to avoid them altogether: Make it personal  Treating a gift card the same as any other gift can make it more personal, Diane Gottsman, a National Etiquette Expert from The Protocol School of Texas, told WTOP. Gift-giving expert Becky Briggs echoed Gottsman’s sentiment. “The human touch behind a handwritten, heartfelt note (3-5 sentences) will deepen your relationship with friends and loved ones, help build loyal customers and employees and in turn inspire...
    IF you wonder whether your man is the one, or if you're on the hunt for a potential partner, there are some clear signs to keep an eye out for. Etiquette expert and millionaire matchmaker Anna Bey has offered some tips on what makes a man a "loser" and how to know if you're dating a "low quality" bloke. 6Etiquette expert and millionaire matchmaker Anna Bey has offered some tips on what makes a man a 'loser'Credit: annabey/Instagram The Swedish-born coach - who founded the School of Affluence - shared the tips in a clip on her YouTube channel - and it's bad news if your man likes football. Aside from being a sports fanatic, you should think twice if he expects you to pay too. So if you're desperate to settle down but haven't yet found "the one" it's time to take some notes and know these seven signs. 1. He expects you to pay 6The Swedish-born coach - who founded the School of Affluence - shared the tips in a clip on her YouTube channelCredit: Anna Bey/Youtube Anna warns...
    As Bay Area residents emerge from more than a year of COVID-19 lockdown, they’re considering how to reconnect safely with family and friends. As one might expect, diverging views on vaccines and safety are already leading to fraught conversations and awkward social situations. Experts in etiquette, mental health and interpersonal communications say there’s no need to get too stressed out or expect conflict. Rely instead on the core principles of etiquette and self-care to help navigate sensitive situations. Here’s how to apply those principles. Be patient with yourself and others We’ve gone through “a traumatic period,” and there is going to be residual stress and uncertainty as people readjust, given the new social norms they adopted during lockdowns, says Emiliana Simon-Thomas, science director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. While it’s good to rediscover “the intrinsic joy of being together,” don’t jump back into pre-pandemic socializing before it’s safe or expect others to move at your pace. “I think this time presents a wonderful opportunity for practicing patience,” Simon-Thomas says. “We are on a promising trajectory, and there is...
    COVID-19 has reached a real tipping point — in the service industry. As the Big Apple gets reacquainted with dining indoors, a debate is swirling around whether good pandemic manners includes splashing out on gratuity for your favorite waiter, barber, barista or driver — all of whom struggled in 2020. “You used to hear those stories of celebrities tipping huge amounts,” etiquette expert Lizzie Post of the Emily Post Institute told The Post. “In days pre-pandemic, that was reserved for high roller types. But now, many people have really been trying to tip more generously.” If you have the financial means, Post recommends bumping up your tip. But that doesn’t mean businesses should come to expect a new higher standard of gratuity, she added. “You don’t want to prohibit some customers from participating at all, if they don’t feel they have the money to tip out in a huge way,” Post said. To get the skinny on the street, we spoke to local businesses who told us how the pandemic has changed their customers’ tipping habits....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The call of the outdoors is coming with a few learning lessons this winter. The sound of skis slicing through the snow across the Twin Cities has cranked up, much to the liking of Loppet sport and trails director Piotr Bednarski. “We’re not used to the numbers,” Bednarski said. Droves of skiers are visiting Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis, well beyond a typical winter crowd. “It’s a good problem to have, but it is occasionally problematic,” Bednarski said. That’s because so many are newcomers, unaware of the rules that come with these winter activities. Max Thorson is new to cross -country skiing “I don’t know for sure if I’m doing everything correctly because I don’t even necessarily know what are the etiquette that I’m trying to follow,” Thorson said. Even those simply going for a walk have wondered if they’re doing everything right, including Minneapolis resident Moritz Roeser. (credit: CBS) “We know, you know, the little do’s and don’ts, but we have not read the rule book if there’s something like that [laughs],” Roeser said. So...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Whether you and your extended family are face-to-face or virtual this Thanksgiving, there are a lot of sensitive topics that could come up around the dinner table, like COVID-19 or politics. CBS 11 asked an etiquette expert for tips on what to do and what not to do. For many families, the first hiccup might be whether to be together at all on Thanksgiving Day due to safety concerns. “I think it’s a very tough one but also a personal one,” said Elise McVeigh, owner of Elise McVeigh’s Life Camp. McVeigh, who teaches children manners, etiquette and life skills, said one option is to compromise. “Let’s think of some alternatives,” she said. “‘How about we meet you in the park and we social distance for an hour or two on Thanksgiving Day? Or we can go outside in our backyard?'” She suggested weighing the mental health of isolated loved ones while avoiding COVID-shaming. If you make the decision to avoid being in-person, she said, stand your ground. “Just say, ‘I’m sorry, but this is what I think...
    Most Americans believe LGBTQ people are legally protected from discrimination. Theyre not. Economy grew at record 33.1% pace in Q3 as more businesses reopened after COVID shutdowns. But growth could slow. Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gadgets of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/18 SLIDES © Maren Caruso/Getty Images Thanksgiving tips Thanksgiving could look a bit different in 2020 due to COVID-19. Make sure you take the appropriate precautions before traveling to see family—if you decide to travel at all. Read on to see what the polite things both hosts and guests can do this Thanksgiving if you do decide to gather in person. Here are a few more details on what Thanksgiving could look...
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