Be the toast of the town, even if you’re (wisely) staying in this new year’s eve!
Catherine always says, "if you don't make it special no one else will either." Well, we’ve made it through 2020 and that feat is indeed something to celebrate! As you ring in 2021 make it more special by doing a toast. Champagne, prosecco and cava toasts are fun and festive and so bubbly! But toasts can be done with anything, including non-alcoholic beverages. That said, we don’t advise toasting with water, as many are superstitious of that practice and believe it brings bad
Are you cheery or weary this holiday season?
We know that 2020 has been a banana of a year and many of you are counting the days for the new year to start. But, in the remaining days of the year, how are you going to show up to your office's Zoom holiday party? It matters. Follow our five tips and you'll be showing up with grace and poise. PARTICIPATE. Yes, if this qualifies for your office party this year, you should attend the Zoom get-together. This is your work team and you are a part of it. This is a great opportun
Three dining mistakes that signal it's time to brush up on your table manners
Usually at this time of year people think of brushing up on their dining skills because they are either hosting a large holiday dinner, are going to be a guest at someone's home, or have a holiday-work dinner to attend and don't want to make any missteps in front of the boss, a client, a colleague or friends & family. Whatever the reason, we love the focus on proper dining skills! Well, this year is a bit different. Most of us are planning to stay home this holiday season and