Etiquette Tips for Stress-Free Travel

February 18, 2014  |   Advice for Students,Blogs,Business Etiquette,Protocol   |     |   0 Comment

Etiquette Tips for Stress-Free Travel Are you planning to take a vacation to a sunny destination during ‘Spring Break’?  It’s a great way to break up the chilly days of Winter, however many people find flying to be a very stressful experience. In fact, one out of six people is anxious about flying. Here are some etiquette tips to keep in mind when you travel to help make your experience as well as those around you as pleasant and stress free as possible: 1.  Wait for your turn to board and disembark. Airlines assign a boarding order because it helps with the flow of getting people onboard in a timely manner.  People should honour and wait their turn to board according to when their seat or row is called.  When it is time to disembark, wait until the people in the rows ahead of you have left their seats.  Do not rush ahead, stand in the aisle, and make it difficult for people to access their bags in the overhead bins.  Keeping order in such a confined space avoids chaos. 2.  Respect the use of space to stow your carry-on bags. A lot of stress is faced ...

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How to Say “I Love You” in 14 Different Languages

February 14, 2014  |   Advice for Students,Blogs,Business Etiquette,Protocol   |     |   0 Comment

How to Say “I Love You” in 14 Different Languages     Happy Valentine's Day!  Share the love - tell someone you love them today! Here's how you can do so in 14 different languages:   1.  Chinese:  Wo ie ni 2.  Dutch: Ik hou van jou 3.  French: Je t'aime 4.  German: Ich liebe dich 5.  Greek: S'agapo 6.  Hawaiian: Aloha wau ia 'oe 7.  Inuit: Negligevapse 8.  Irish: taim i' ngra leat 9.  Italian: Ti amo 10.  Japanese: Kimi o ai shiteru 11.  Lebanese: Bahibak 12.  Portuguese: Eu te amo 13.  Russian: Ya tebya liubliu 14.  Spanish: Te quiero / Te amo  

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