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Social Etiquette

How to Avoid a Lipstick Faux Pas

I’m a huge fan of wearing bright colours on my lips. However, there are a few things you need to be aware of to avoid

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Social Etiquette

5 Napkin Faux Pas: Dining Etiquette You Need to Know

Knowing how to use napkins properly is crucial for good manners, especially when dining out. Even though it might seem small, messing up with napkins can make a big difference in how others see you. Whether you're at a fancy
Personal Branding & Style

5 Steps to Improve a First Impression

What really happens when you are kind to someone? Whilst we all might know that when we’re kind to others, it creates a positive image for ourselves. What may surprise you is that being kind can actually change the way

Personal Branding & Style

3 Steps to Build Your Confidence

If you’ve ever second-guessed yourself about your look, appearance, or skills, this post is for you. I’m going to share my top tips to help you overcome beliefs that hold you back from achieving your goals and teach you techniques

Diplomatic Protocol

3 Presidents 2 Chairs

Nothing is more important in the life of a protocol officer than the order of precedence. There is a rank and an order of precedence everywhere. Whether you’re meeting a state official, member of the Royal household, your colleague, or

Diplomatic Protocol

An Intense Welcome Ceremony

Many of you may have seen this viral picture of French President Emanuel Macron disappearing under layers of wreaths or ‘leis’. This picture of his visit to French Polynesia is actually photoshopped. It is true that greeters laid a huge

Dining Etiquette

What am I Supposed to Do with the Cocktail Garnish?

Some cocktails could hardly be imagined without their typical garnishes. For example the olive in a Martini, onion in a Gibson, a Bloody Mary with celery stalk, or the cherry in a Manhattan. The purpose of cocktail garnishes is to