Category Archives: Communication

Grocery Store Etiquette: 11 Rude Behaviors to Stop Doing

Grocery Store Etiquette: 11 Rude Behaviors to Stop Doing

Shouldn't grocery shopping be a pleasurable experience?  Yes. but sadly, people's lack of social skills and increasing displays of rude behavior can quickly sour our visit to the grocery store. Runing into neighbors, coworkers, and even ex-boyfriends--hopefully prompting friendly and light-hearted conversations can be an unexpected...
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Colin Kaepernick Takes a Knee

Down on your knee to take a stand.

Did Colin Kaepernick have the right to take a knee during his country's national anthem? Yes. Unless, his contract or the team's policies and procedures manual, which he no doubt signed, dictates otherwise.  If there is a stipulation in his contract(s) that he must stand during the...
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Adele Calls Out Critic

Hello Adele, Your critic heard you, we heard you...so did your fans, your family, and your son.

Apparently, famed producer, Tony Visconti, called out Adele questioning her vocals, insinuating "...if that is actually her voice or how much has been manipulated..."
Well, Ms. Adele Laurie Blue Adkins responded during her concert, saying, "Dude, suck my ****."
Famed...
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Shooting in Orlando: Dear Political Candidates

Dear Political Candidates;

While the shooting in Orlando isn't the only tragedy, nor sadly, the last, it is the most recent. As heated as the pro and con debate is about:
  • Guns.
  • Terrorism.
  • Islam.
  • Muslims.
  • Gays & LGTB.
  • Background checks.
  • Social media posts.
  • Religious beliefs.
  • Walls.
  • Etc.
Save it, please! Those killed were brothers, daughters, cousins, uncles,...
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Is It Rude to Ask Who Someone Voted For?

You can ask, but what's your point?

Some people don't mind being asked who they voted for or openly showing support for a particular candidate or proposition.  That is their right. Using common sense and social skills can help you decide whether to ask in the first place. Especially in the workplace.
Why do some people...
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Phone Booths

10 reasons to bring them back.

The public is sick and tired of being forced to listen to random conversations.
What would it be like if you could only use your cell phone in designated areas, or phone booth-like stalls?
10 reasons to bring back the phone booth:
  1. You can't doze off or concentrate on your...
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World Naked Gardening Day

May 2 is World Naked Gardening Day! 

The observation of gardening naked began only a few years ago (2005). They try to promote "a healthy sense of body acceptance."

"Just get naked and make your part of the botanical world a healthier and more attractive place."

Well, I guess if...

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Breaking Up During the Holidays

Holiday season break-ups; why'd you wait?

Okay, you had a great summer; hanging out at the beach, wine tasting, movies in the park and the end of summer bbq where you met the family. But now,  fall sets in, work schedule got a little more demanding, and trying to fit in a night class,...
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School Carpool : Before You Say “Yes”

The School Carpool. I did it, but I didn’t always love it.

Before you say "yes" to a carpool there are some things you might want to consider. While it is a practical practice, it doesn't work well for everyone. For the most part, it had nothing to do with the teens in the back...
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School Carpool Etiquette

School carpool etiquette for parents.   

Friendly relationships have soured because of carpooling. Oh, it's not usually the children involved; it's the parents. School carpools are practical, but without a little etiquette, practical can quickly turn into intolerable. These tips can apply to children of all ages. However, I am focusing more on the older...
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