Tag: Etiquette Tuesday

Etiquette Tuesday:  Not Invited.
[ 0 ] August 4, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: Not Invited.

This week’s Etiquette Tuesday returns with a lesson that took me years to learn.  In the past I have been guilty of inviting myself places and this week’s tip points to that:  the uninvited guest.  If you have not been invited by the host, consider that your invitation not to go to whatever event is […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  Before You Head To The Cookout…
[ 0 ] May 19, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: Before You Head To The Cookout…

Memorial Day weekend is the official beginning of summer festivities.  Everyone (and I mean everyone) is having, attending or thinking about cooking out this weekend.  Yours truly has three and counting, which will mean plenty o’ chargrilled flavor and rum punch concoctions.  I thought this was the perfect time to share etiquette tips for the […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  The TSA Pat Down For Some Eggs.
[ 0 ] May 12, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: The TSA Pat Down For Some Eggs.

There are more places that you should not be patted down in compared to how many places you should be patted down in and one of those is for brunch.  Recently, a reader told me about one of their friends who dined out for Easter with family and when asked how it went, the friend […]

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Good Deed Tuesday:  DCanter to Give Back.
[ 0 ] April 14, 2015 |

Good Deed Tuesday: DCanter to Give Back.

Yet another incentive to give back and drink plenty o’ wine: This Equal Pay Day, DCanter – Capitol Hill’s premier wine and beer boutique – is shedding a light on the roughly 22% pay disparity between men and women by helping Washingtonians give back – and savor a sweet discount.  Today, DCanter is offering female customers a 22% discount off […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  Expanding…to the Metro.
[ 2 ] March 24, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: Expanding…to the Metro.

Etiquette Tuesday has been forced to expand on the tips of the week.  WMATA (Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority) will make you do it.  Catching the metro on a regular basis creates new material for etiquette even if that etiquette does not include food.  This week’s tip is:  Share the Pole.  If you catch the […]

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