Holiday Etiquette Center
If you spend the holiday season stressed out and over scheduled, chances are you’re not convinced that it's “the most wonderful time of the year.” Long shopping lines, not-so-foolproof cookie recipes, family drama, and the stress of holiday travel can leave anyone feeling like the Grinch.
This holiday, whether it's family or a stanger, meet rudeness with patience and kindness. You'll feel better, and you might even change the other person's mood.
Don’t worry about making the holidays live up to nostalgic expectations. You don’t have to strive for perfection or transform your home into a Rockwell portrait to have a meaningful holiday. Remember, one of the best gifts is the gift of your time, so spend time with those you love. Keep things simple and try to focus on the traditions that mean the most to you and your family. How? We’ll show you!
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Holiday Gift Giving Etiquette
Holidays at the Office
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