National Etiquette Week provides us the opportunity to practice the those good manners that may have slipped away.
Bringing the common courtesy of a please and thank you or the kindness associated with holding open a door helps slow the pace of the world.
It’s a reminder of the social interactions that seem to be fading away in a digital world.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Set examples and teach children some old and new rules of etiquette. Use #NationalEtiquetteWeek to share on social media.
Sandra Morisset founded National Etiquette Week in 1997 to celebrate the value of good manners.
This is a great moment to rest your personal habits.