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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. 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.
2. Making Time for Quality Family Time
No time to converse with kids while you are cooking, cleaning, etc? How about you teach them the valuable skills you have mastered in maintaining your household?
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. Teaching Kids to Put the Phones Down
There are rarely conversations when I walk into a playroom of kids. Everyone is on their phone. With all this phone use, who is talking? The answer: no one.
5. Why The Food Network Has Lost Touch With Reality
It is unlikely anyone walks away from an episode on Food Network believing for a millisecond that these hosts are doing stuff that we, as real people, could actually accomplish as well.
6. I Will Never Watch The Food Network Again
It is unlikely anyone walks away from an episode on Food Network believing for a millisecond that these hosts are doing stuff that we, as real people, would actually feel inspired to accomplish.
7. How To Get Great Service
If you consistently have a horrible time when you dine out, odds are it's you, not them, who is the problem. If you want to up the happiness quotient when dining at a restaurant, attempt to implement the following.
8. Semi-Casual Attire
Various Attire Definitions Float Around. Semi Casual is Broken Down Here.
9. Kids Conversing with Their Voice, Not Their Thumbs
Kids have always relied on their parents to learn how to engage and interact. Now, more than ever before, parents need to be diligent in maximizing their family time.
10. 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
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