Just because you have zero dollars doesn't mean you can't contribute in other ways. Be thoughtful and kind and they'll always invite you back.
Going from the freelance life to a 9-to-5 doesn't need to be stressful. Here's how to ease right in.
Unless you enjoy being a terrible neighbor, maybe keep the sloppy parking and late night fireworks to a minimum.
The customer is always right, right? Wrong! Don't be a terrible customer.
Getting good service as a patron is a two-way street. If you expect perfect service, you should try to be the perfect customer.
It doesn't take much to be a considerate coworker. Work some of these good deeds into your 9-to-5 and brighten everyone's day — especially yours.
Getting rich isn't easy. But it can be a whole lot easier if you mind your P's and Q's!
Don't tip in Tokyo and don't bring wine to a dinner party in Paris. Follow these and 10 other tips in etiquette to stay classy wherever you are.
It's not easy making the rent, and for many, roommates are unavoidable. Let's try to make this arrangement as painless as possible, shall we?
You've landed an interview — score! Now just don't blow it with one of these major job interview blunders.
Email is essential. But in the office, these 10 typed-out phrases are major no-nos — your job could be at risk!
Graciousness and gratitude are harder to come by these days — but these old school manners really are timeless. Let's bring them back!
It's great that we've thrown aside some rigid social rules and live freer, more casual lives. But some of those old manners were kinda great, too.
No, etiquette is not dead! Help your little ones get ahead by teaching them these basic manners.
Figuring out who pays for the bridesmaids' dresses is tough, but depending on the situation, the rules are clear. Try this cheatsheet and good luck!
The rules of etiquette sometimes seem arcane and inflexible. Don't beat yourself up if you trip over one of these faux pas — own your flub and win.
Office social life can be tricky — it's like high school, but with paychecks and careers. Don't risk yours with any of these embarrassing flubs.
Our parents teach us so much about how to live — for better or worse. If crowds aren't your thing, identify the signs and overcome your upbringing.
We try our best to be polite and sensitive to others, but sometimes even Emily Post slips up. Are you guilty of any of these small impositions?
It's not money that makes the world go 'round — it's little white lies. How many of these fibs are you guilty of?
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