Five wedding reception etiquette tips


GUEST POST To make this distinct event more enjoyable and a big part of your memory you must have a great reception. Reception is an important event both for the husband and wife. In a reception both may have the last big get to gather with their complete families. To make this big event ofContinue reading “Five wedding reception etiquette tips”

How to have proper Etiquette


In the 19th century, wine, entertaining and feasting was widely practised, as tradition in an English home was banqueting and/or hosting such huge events. In Western European culture attending parties was almost like the law. It was a British regulation, and part of high society. In the late nineteenth century, a wealthy family would alwaysContinue reading “How to have proper Etiquette”

#Girlcode – The Secret to Success in a digital world


Social Media Etiquette    Facebook Do’s and Don’ts   Ensure you set your privacy settings to maximum secuity Do use Facebook to connect with friends and relatives at home and overseas Do use Facebook as means to open communication with long lost friends and/or aquaintances Share information that is humorous, informative, inspiring and inclusive NeverContinue reading “#Girlcode – The Secret to Success in a digital world”

Staying true to yourself


I have recently been thinking a lot about what and how young girls think and do and act to fit in a world of boys, friendship, and closeness of peers. I don’t know everything that goes on in the world, because I lived a pretty sheltered life myself, but I have a heart to reachContinue reading “Staying true to yourself”

Tea Etiquette


They say that the traditional time for Afternoon Tea is Four o’clock, because it is between lunch and dinner, however any time between two and four o’clock is fine. Here is a guide to show you how to have a traditional English Afternoon Tea: When setting up your tea tray, it should consist of: AContinue reading “Tea Etiquette”

Easy Etiquette


So far my favourite blog that I have done is the one, How to be a lady. The word “lady” is a civil term of respect for a woman…. and being a lady can be seen as a formal thing. I believe a “woman” and a “lady” can both be perceived as two very differentContinue reading “Easy Etiquette”

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Donald Stuart (13 September 1913 – 25 August 1983) was an Australian novelist whose works include stories with Aboriginal backgrounds, and a series recounting his experience as a prisoner of war in Burma in World War II.

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