Memorial Day Etiquette for Travelers

The summer travel season is quickly approaching, and many families will be hitting the road for Memorial Day weekend. While family trips are meant to be fun, with so many extra vehicles on the road, traveling this time of year can also lead to unpleasant driving...

Sick at Work? Correct Etiquette on Cold and Flu

Winter is the time of year when flu season reaches it’s peak, striking thousands of people. The hardest part of this illness is the decision on when to stay home from work – especially if you have important projects underway at the office. Although you may feel...

Proper Etiquette for Talking Politics

With the election close at hand and the two presidential candidates being so controversial, it seems the subject of politics is one of the top conversation topics at the moment. Because one of the golden rules has always been to not bring up the subjects of money,...

“Reading the Room” Online Etiquette

Your online goal should be the same as if you were in person: to engage, give value, and make someone’s life better.  It’s hard enough to figure out someone’s intent in person; trying to “read the room” online can be even more...