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Sometimes it’s easy to write off a heartfelt thank-you note. Other times, writer’s block can set in—especially when you are staring down a large stack of them. Before you start, remember that thanking people needs to be about just that: expressing thanks.
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Greetings are an important first impression. Here's how to get it right no matter where in the world you are.
Need an answer? Submit your tricky etiquette question to the Awesome Etiquette podcast featuring hosts Lizzie Post and Daniel Post Senning. Tweet and tag your question with #awesomeetiquette or submit it to email@example.com.
New York Times best-selling author Peter Post tackles the etiquette of golf on the course and in the clubhouse in his recently re-released book The Unwritten Rules of Golf. Peter’s advice will enhance any golfer’s love of the game!