Etiquette

Plus-one etiquette can be murky. Asking yourself these five questions can help ease guest list woes.
Here's how to make the ending of your email count. Sincerely.
The question induces panic just thinking about it, and as far as I can tell, there’s been no consensus on the subject. So I set out to find one.
President Donald Trump doesn’t know how to follow the holiday rules of regifting.
Experts say it's all about shifting the conversation.
Etiquette experts explain how today's culture has allowed our manners to go to pot.
Like apologizing, responding to an "I'm sorry" takes maturity.
Because you don't wan't to look like a cheapskate.
This move could help you land the job -- and maybe a higher salary, too.
"Did Donald Trump just WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN?!?!"
I arrived prepared to snark, but then the corgis, Champagne, and Meghan and Harry's love story got me.
Inside the rise of "no problem," "no worries" and so on.
Think twice before you tell them their loved one is "in a better place."
Yeah, we're confused too. 🤷
These instructions from vintage etiquette manuals still ring true—because courtesy never goes out of style.
You're on notice, micromanagers and loud chewers.