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1. Party Plan for High School Grads
High School Graduation Time Means Party Time

2. Gifts and Thank You Notes
If you are debating whether or not you should make the effort to send a written note of thanks for a gift you received, you really need to send one.

3. Cancelling an Appointment
Is cancelling the New Black? Cancelling an appointment is not just inconvenient for you. Your cancelling is affecting others. Keeping that in mind is a step closer to cancelling with style.

4. Social Kissing
The handshake is losing ground to the social kiss. What works and why we should consider "to kiss or not?" upon hellos and good-byes

5. Bathrooms, Buses and Elevator Doors
A surefire way to irritate the person or people on the other side of the door is your failure to yield.

6. Different Thank You Cards for Different Gifts
Just as there are different kinds of gifts and a variety of occasions a gift may be sent, there are an assortment of thank you notes as well.

7. Airline Travel with Children
Many parents believe that traveling with young children is overly nerve-wracking. Sadly, for this reason, many parents forgo a flight anywhere until they decide their children are "old enough".

8. The Gracious Graduate
This article is from the Emily Post Institute

9. Semi-Casual Attire
Various Attire Definitions Float Around. Semi Casual is Broken Down Here.

10. Arriving Early to a Holiday Party
If you find yourself with a few spare moments before arriving at a party, consider what you can do before ringing the doorbell. Pick up a hostess gift? Make a phone call? Nothing? Then go ahead and knock on that door. Just be prepared to assist with the party prep.



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