Styling with Etiquette

Styling with Etiquette means preparing for your over all presentation each day by being kind in how you speak, being respectful and considerate of others, practicing good hygenie, and dressing nicely whether for casual or for work. Leave an impression that you cared to dress up. Rather than wearing pajama bottoms to the grocery store,…

What to Wear: Styling with Etiquette

Style with Etiquette with more suggestions from Sue Fox’s book, Business Etiquette for Dummies! Dress to impress and shop affiliates online. Read a review of the book here…. What to Wear… Dark Jackets High Quality cotton shirts or plain white blouses Dark colored skirts, pants, jackets Select neutral shades such as black, brown, navy blue,…

10 Ways to Style with Etiquette

Business Etiquette for Dummies by Sue Fox is an excellent reference book for knowing the right thing to do and say in all business situations. This book shares how to make a great first impression, practice proper online etiquette, build your verbal and written skills, deal with difficult personalities, and become a well-mannered traveler. Anyone…

Movies. Affiliates. Holiday Shopping.

Enjoying @Cherbloggin and want to holiday shop for products listed from an article from a few months ago but you can’t quite remember which article it was? Here is a list of all of the movies from the articles that have been shared on Cherbloggin.com so far! Shop from the original article page or from…

Personality of Coronavirus

What does the way you wear your mask say about you? Read Personality of Coronavirus. Subscribe to @cherbloggin. Shop #affiliates

The Signs of Communication

With communication today, two extremities of communication exist: self-expression and speaking with discretion. Self-expression, or speaking openly on any topic without much censorship or use of etiquette, is common by most of the population. The second, opposite extreme, is speaking with discretion and saying very little in order to preserve one’s reputation. This is more…

Linguistic Linguine: The Multi-Conversationalists

It wasn’t until about 10 years ago when my ears finally clued into the fact that most of the population has the talent to be able to hold multiple conversations at the same time. I cannot do this, and I may never be able to do this. In fact, I am a very strong proponent…

Swearing Not My Type

Mouth of a sailor. Tide for the mouth. What is your tongue wearing? What are your ears subjected to from others? People use swear words to “be cool or tough” or indignantly say them out of frustration. It can easily become habit. Why is it that people choose to use crass language and profanity to…

What Is Considered Rude Speech?

Cutting remarks, profanity, ordering instead of asking, speaking too loudly, being inconsiderate, interrupting, talking over another person not letting them speak, nonverbal communication, not being polite, dumbing down a conversation or speaking above the level of the other person, belittling, calling someone names sexual or nonsexual, mockery—these are all examples of rude speech. It is…