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America Today

Q: I have an etiquette questions concerning the addressing of graduation announcements for homosexual couples who are legally married and homosexual couples who live together. I am a high school senior class advisor and have had this question posed to me in regard to to how to address the envelope. Do you address the envelope […]

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Q: What is the proper etiquette when good friends announce suddenly they are getting a divorce? We are godparents to both their children and feel close to both parties. Do I call and express sympathy . . . Do I write a note to each person? I am surprised and admittedly a little upset and […]

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Etiquette BitesTM are quick video tips on Etiquette, Lifestyle, and Relationships from The Emily Post Institute. Each bite features a Post family author offering words of advice in their area of expertise. In two minutes or less, Etiquette Bites provide the knowledge you need to mind your manners in a variety of everyday situations. In […]

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Q: I have always been taught not to call someone at home prior to 9:00am nor after 9:00pm. Is this correct? What is the rule of etiquette in phoning someone at home? A: 9 p.m. is the guideline to use if you do not know for a fact that it is okay to call later.  […]

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Mobile Manners: Cell Phone Etiquette 101

by epi on August 26, 2013

Etiquette BitesTM are quick video tips on Etiquette, Lifestyle, and Relationships from The Emily Post Institute. Each bite features a Post family author offering words of advice in their area of expertise. In two minutes or less, Etiquette Bites provide the knowledge you need to mind your manners in a variety of everyday situations. In […]

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Q: Is it bad etiquette to plug in your cellphone or laptop into an outlet if you are a. waiting in a hotel lobby and are sitting next to an outlet? b. sitting at a table against a wall in a restaurant and an outlet is right at your feet or nearby? (does it matter […]

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Etiquette Daily’s “Greatest Hits” are questions that generated a great deal of conversation when they were originally posted. At the Emily Post Institute we have learned that some etiquette questions never go out of style and are bringing back a few of these popular conundrums for your further consideration. Enjoy! Q: My son-in-law will soon […]

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Etiquette BitesTM are quick video tips on Etiquette, Lifestyle, and Relationships from The Emily Post Institute. Each bite features a Post family author offering words of advice in their area of expertise. In two minutes or less, Etiquette Bites provide the knowledge you need to mind your manners in a variety of everyday situations. In […]

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Shotgun!: The Etiquette of Carpooling

by epi on August 5, 2013

Etiquette BitesTM are quick video tips on Etiquette, Lifestyle, and Relationships from The Emily Post Institute. Each bite features a Post family author offering words of advice in their area of expertise. In two minutes or less, Etiquette Bites provide the knowledge you need to mind your manners in a variety of everyday situations. In […]

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The Emily Post Institute has partnered with Bank of America to talk about all the ways good etiquette can work with new technology to improve relationships and help people reconnect this summer. June is here and the 4th of July is just around the corner. Summer is a great time to reconnect with the people […]

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