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Here are the top ten articles for the Etiquette Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Say Hello to People in Your Neighborhood
People you pass on the street are part of your community. What’s keeping you from saying a polite "hello" to all of them?
2. 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".
3. The Gracious Graduate
This article is from the Emily Post Institute
4. Five Reasons Kids Should Make Their Beds
During the summer general routines fall apart. Making a bed should still be a chore that is enforced whether school is in session or not.
5. 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.
6. Semi-Casual Attire
Various Attire Definitions Float Around. Semi Casual is Broken Down Here.
7. Semi-Formal Attire
Semi-formal attire, although loosely used, can be easily defined
8. 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
9. Five Reminders When Eating at a Restaurant
A great dining experience can fall flat when people decide to forgo basic consideration for others. Here are five easy steps you can take to ensure your restaurant dining experience is enjoyable from start to finish.
10. Be Good To Yourself
Mom taught us to be kind to others. How about being kind to yourself. Mom also used to say, "If Momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." How about you treat yourself to some kindness and find some happy. Here are nine ideas to feel good about who you are.
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