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Dieting has a powerful enemy, will power. A major cause of obesity or being overweight is the mindset that overeating and over drinking is okay
Our teaching manual 'Step-by-Step Computer Lessons' provides self-help for the absolute beginner to the more advanced user. It is an ideal teaching aid for XP & MS Office 2003
Business Etiquette is about how to conduct your business with other businesses and clients by showing respect and consideration
Our teaching manual 'Step-by-Step Computer Lessons for Seniors' provides self-help for the absolute beginner to the more advanced user. It is an ideal teaching aid for XP & MS Office 2003
Computer Lessons for seniors for beginners for fun, leisure and pleasure. Our Computer Tutorials use Microsoft Office to bridge the digital divide for economic and social benefits . . . . .
Our Computer Lessons for Seniors help bridge the digital divide bringing economic and social benefits. Their friendly tone with lots of graphics . . . .
A neighbour from hell can make your life a hell on earth. A good neighbour can make your life a heaven on earth
Nasty neighbours basically ignore common decency, conflict occurs and tempers rise. To maintain peace and order, some form of intervention or arbitration becomes necessary.
A Rage Page contributed by people experiencing rage at breaches of Manners & Etiquette & other aspects of community life
Funeral etiquette is vital. The last thing one wants to do is upset the bereaved by being ignorant or clumsy. A - Z Funeral Etiquette + various religious customs and beliefs.
Dog etiquette is having a well behaved dog. It will bring boundless pleasure to you. Take the time to train and socialise your dog, whatever its breed, the rewards will far outweigh its pedigree
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Use the A to Z Guide to quickly locate information and help on topics from Kids Manners to Wedding Etiquette; from Telephone and Business Etiquette to International Customs and Flag Etiquette
What mothers really want from their kids on Mothers Day
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By the end of this page you will know whether you have good dating etiquette or not. If not, practice, practice, practice. It will change your world for the better.
Tipping Etiquette the dilemma. Who to tip? How much to tip? How little to tip without appearing stingy?
Travel etiquette is especially important when you are away from home. You are an ambassador of your country or place of origin and need to convey a good impression of the place that you come from.
Traditionally, if an engagement ring is worn, it usually is a diamond. But again, in engagement ring etiquette there is no rule that states that if a ring is worn it has to be a diamond.
Funeral service etiquette may differ among various communities, ethnic groups and religions and customs. See our comprehensive A - Z Etiquette guide for more.
Breaking up a relationship that has lasted for a long time is never going to be easy. At all times maintain your dignity and respect for yourself and for your former spouse, partner or lover
A Broken Engagement is always sad and embarrassing for the couple and their families. With this sad situation comes the unpleasant obligation to let family, relatives and friends know............
Schools listed by Students, Teachers, Principals and other concerned people to register their participation in the move to promote Good School Manners & Etiquette
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This School Etiquette page advocates standards of behaviour expected by children in various situations. They must co-operate with and show respect for their teachers, all adults & the other children
Advice to Kids - it was reported that Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school.
Good table manners for children are important skills that should be developed when they are young.
Online Dating is a popular and safe way to meet people
Airline Etiquette begins even before you leave home. Be sure to shower, use a deodorant and don clean clothes. You will be sitting close to people and don’t want to smell offensive. So, allow yourself
Toilet etiquette is all about hygiene and cleanliness. We are put off by messy, smelly toilets. Nobody likes to clean up someone else’s mess
A successful club is one where its members have good club etiquette, feel comfortable and experience a sense of ownership and belonging
Funeral Dress Etiquette - Being aware of specific dress, religious or cultural differences can be helpful when attending a funeral
Noisy neighbours are a major cause of disputes. We have no right to intrude on our neighbours’ peace and quiet. It is downright bad manners
Cell phone etiquette means - be brief; be soft; be considerate; be safe
Common sense use of an answering machine and voice mail can augment your telephone etiquette
Coach Travel Etiquette is particularly essential when your travel covers more than just one day on a coach and is with the same group of people.
Bridal Shower - often referred to as a Kitchen Tea or Hen's Party. All you need to know in our A -Z Guide of Manners and Etiquette
Office Party Etiquette is about how to conduct yourself at office or workplace social gatherings such as parties, luncheons, dinners, cocktail parties and the like
Office Etiquette or office manners is about conducting yourself respectfully and courteously in the office or workplace
Business card etiquette is the exchange of business cards with dignity and respect, it is an extension of yourself and may be the only item taken from the meeting by which you will be remembered
A puppy is NOT a Toy. I look cute, cuddly and adorable; everyone loves a puppy; but, I am not a toy.
Engagement Party Etiquette requires the bride's family to host the first social gathering to share the good news with family members and close friends.
Central to neighbours etiquette; it is not our business how others live if they leave us to live our lives in peace
Wedding Ceremony - Decisions …. decisions …. should the wedding ceremony be formal? Should we get married in a church, in a garden, on the beach or perhaps a destination wedding?
Good telephone etiquette means being respectful to the person you are talking with, showing consideration for the other person, allowing that person time to speak, communicating clearly and much more
Speakerphone Etiquette means having respect for the rights of the other party to speak privately. It also respects the rights of others in the vicinity to enjoy a quiet environment
Manners cost us nothing; yet, earn us respect when we use them. Manners and Etiquette are what distinguish us from the apes (and a good many of our fellow human beings too).
International Etiquette - visiting or doing business in another country? Be prepared, be informed and feel comfortable in any situation.
Flag etiquette and protocol, flags stir up emotions in us that few other symbols can, all this and more in our A - Z Manners & Etiquette Guide