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Tag Archives: etiquette
This week, Heidi Thomas talks to parents and children about what manners are expected during a sleepover.
Family dinner can be a time to allow your children to practice their table manners and exercise self control.
Manners Matter: Comment with your favorite table manners teaching tips to win tickets to Saturday Soiree
Leave a comment with your creative solutions for encouraging good table manners for a chance to win two tickets “Saturday Soiree: An evening of food, fun, art and music” in New Freedom.
Etiquette expert Heidi Thomas offers advice for teaching manners while co-parenting.
As a new part of the Smart magazine blog, etiquette expert Heidi Thomas will be contributing posts each Wednesday about common etiquette issues and how to promote good manners in your family.
Catch up with these Smart magazine posts from the week of Feb. 4, 2013.
Some of the lessons from the 19th century feel starkly different. But some, if you look closely, are the same.
In today’s world of texts and tweets, receiving a handwritten thank-you card is a refreshing change of pace.
From cellphones to thank-you cards to table settings, you’ll find all the do’s and don’ts inside this issue of Smart.
Abby Rhoad reviews the book “Miss Manners’ Guide to a Surprisingly Dignified Wedding” by Judith and Jacobina Martin.