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etiquette

COVID-era Christmas and other holiday dinners are an etiquette minefield.
Manners are mandatory for navigating elevator rides and cramped sidewalks.
Festivities tend to go awry when issues get too personal, too pouty or too dogmatic.
Snow is in the air and the writing is on the wall. Here's how to navigate this sticky situation.
It's a social activity, after all.
An etiquette expert said the act was "unprofessional."
You do need to establish boundaries now, before baby arrives.
via GIPHY No fascinator? No problem A day at the races, should be casual and accessible. A three-piece lavender suit isn't
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