Etiquette changes over time. Learn how to use your good manners in this modern age. This write-in show answers one question per episode.
Holding dinner for a late guest23/03/2016 Duração: 10min
Charlene from Florida asks: How long should I hold a seated dinner party for a chronically late guest? Does it matter that the guest called to say they are running late?
How long should I wait to text back?16/03/2016 Duração: 06min
Sam from Florida asks: Once I text someone, how long should I wait before I next them again?
Pinkies Up or Out?09/03/2016 Duração: 04min
Ravi from FL asks: What am I supposed to do with my pinkie finger when holding a fork or cup? Also included, a brief etiquette history lesson.
Writing Thank You Notes02/03/2016 Duração: 04min
Lindsay from PA asks: When should Thank You notes be written? Also addressed is how to include children in writing their own thank you notes.
What is the protocol for leaving social media?24/02/2016 Duração: 01min
Terri from Florida is considering leaving social media and wants to know what the next step is, if anything.
005 Can I eat with my hands?17/02/2016 Duração: 03min
Mariana from TX asks: Do I have to use the knife and fork provided when I assume what is in front of me is finger food? Table manners and bite sizes are addressed.
004 Planning a visit with children10/02/2016 Duração: 02min
Alex from NJ: How can I plan some activities with my nieces and nephews who are coming to visit, without exhausting them? Planning for children's moods, time schedules, and patience levels.
003 Fashion etiquette and travel03/02/2016 Duração: 02min
Janet from AZ asks: Can I wear white pants after Labor Day? Other fashion etiquette and dress code issues addressed, including travel.
002 Requesting a letter of recommendation27/01/2016 Duração: 02min
Elizabeth from NC asks: How can I ask for letters of recommendation?
001 Who pays when invited?20/01/2016 Duração: 02min
Charlene H from Florida asks: If I am invited out, does that assume that the person who invited me will pay? / Charlene H from Florida asks: If I am invited out, does that assume that the person who invited me will pay?