Handy Handbag Etiquette
When dressing for success, don’t forget your accessories. Keep them all in top form - handbags, shoes, scarves, umbrellas, backpacks, work bags. They are all a reflection of your personal brand. They should complement your look, not complicate it. "Shabby shoes with a worn heel are as obvious as a missing button but not as easily forgiven." – Esther Crane People will forgive a missing button, assuming you just lost it. But worn heels, scuffed shoes, or a beat-up handbag send
AND WHAT DO YOU DO?
Most people dread it – small talk. The thought of starting a conversation with someone they don’t know makes many people anxious. They think, “what happens if they don’t like me? What do I say? What if there is a lull in the conversation? What if we run out of things to talk about?” They end up avoiding opportunities to talk to new people and instead don’t go to events or end up staring at their iphone in the corner of a bustling room. Sound familiar? With work and social hol
No One Can Hold A Candle To Your Place Setting
Home entertaining enjoys an uptick during the winter holidays. If you are having friends and family over for a meal, you know that it takes oh so much effort to make an event look effortless. While there is certainly much planning and work involved, we think it is so worth it in the end. Opening up your home to others and making them feel truly welcome is just about the kindest action someone can do to another. Part of being a marvelously well-mannered host is to properly set