11 Super Bowl Party Guest Etiquette Tips

Okay, let’s get it out of the way the NY Jets and the New York Giants did not make the Super Bowl LI, so it’s the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons battling it out in Houston on Sunday, February 5th, 2017.  Continue Reading →

How To Best Handle Those Heated Political Conversations As Trump Is Sworn In

By Sharon Schweitzer

President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn into office as the 45th Commander-in-Chief this Friday, January 20, 2017.  Continue Reading →

Hey Harlem, Do You Need Etiquette Classes?

development_and_finishing_institute_graduation-in-harlemYou could sign-up for some fancy dinners, aesthetically naive childhood dream weddings, and many many more classes that are a series of modern etiquette classes specifically curated to help those “unfinished” and socially aspirational/desperate amongst us navigate this oh so unique age of manners and misdemeanors. Continue Reading →

How To Engage In Or Decline A Political Conversation

Panel TalkingAfter last week’s RNC and this week’s DNC, politics is on everyone’s mind. But what’s the best way from Harlem to Hollis to respond when someone asks you, “Which candidate do you support” or “Who are you going to vote for?” Continue Reading →

8 Tips For National Cell Phone Courtesy Month

Cell_Phone month in harlemBy Sharon Schweitzer

You’re in a business meeting and someone’s phone starts ringing. You’re in a restaurant and your date is looking at his or her phone all evening instead of talking to you. Continue Reading →