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Everyone has an etiquette question. We have the answers.
When America has an etiquette question, they turn to The Emily Post Institute. Emily Post was the arbiter of good taste and manners in her day, and now the fourth and fifth generations of Posts have taken up her mantle and put pen to paper, authoring a range of over twenty titles on all subjects of etiquette, including weddings, business, entertaining, parenting, technology, and even golf and manners for men. But they don't stop there. Skilled at making etiquette accessible to all audiences, they have written myriad articles and columns. Peppering their writing with wit and wisdom, the Posts draw on everyday scenarios to bring etiquette to life in ways that resonate with their readers.
The Posts are available to write articles, or to author columns, either exclusively or as part of syndication. View their current columns, previous columns, articles, and popular question and answer blog, The Etiquette Daily.
Etiquette by Peggy Post
The Boston Globe
Etiquette At Work
Peter Post's weekly business etiquette column, Etiquette At Work, is a reader question and answer blog. Over the past ten-plus years, Peter has weighed in on a wide range of business etiquette topics, from
by Anna Post
The Huffington Post
By Anna Post
Regional wedding publications
Wedding questions and answers
Anna Post provides wedding etiqeutte questions and answers for a variety of regional wedding magazines, including WellWed, Vermont Vows, St. Louis Bride, and Charlotte Weddings.
I’m an etiquette expert. The feds should ban seat lock devices on all planes. It’s just good manners.
August 28, 2014
By Anna Post
Is Money an OK Wedding Gift? It Can Be: Here's How
August 15, 2014
USA Today (originally published in USA Weekend)
21st Century Manners
February 15, 2013.
How to Avoid Being Rude When Using Your iPad
June 2, 2010
The New York Times
The Well-Mannered Wedding
Peggy Post previously wrote a bi-weekly reader question and answer column in the New York Times titled, "The Well-Mannered Wedding." With questions ranging from Please browse the archive of "The Well-Mannered Wedding."
Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D.
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