The New Age of Dining: Is The Customer Still Aways Right?
After months of at home meals and curbside pickup, so many people are eagerly awaiting the moment they can leave those takeout boxes behind and head out to break bread at a lovely, local restaurant with family and friends. Dining out is about so much more than the food – it’s also a fun and social experience with other people. But before you head for the door, please keep in mind that dining out will be a bit different as establishments do their absolute very best to help avo
Remarkable Results With A Routine
“Manners require time, and nothing is more vulgar than haste.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson When we make time for manners during the day our dispositions are so much better. We aren’t frazzled or rushed and have the time to showcase the best versions of ourselves. Think about it, aren’t you more kind, patient, and forgiving when you have the “time” to be so? A prerequisite to having time to be well-mannered is to provide some structure to the day. A schedule, routine, or plan of sor
And You Thought Today Was An Ordinary Wednesday
Today is the first day of the second half of 2020! The pandemic has made work a bit of a roller-coaster when most of us had to pivot and work-from-home. As we try to figure out our "new normal" make sure you don't lose sight of your goals. What were your New Year's resolutions - can you even think back to January when you made them?! As you think about what you want to achieve this year - and there's still time, we hope you remember to put honing your social skills on the lis