Eating together is an opportunity to impress dates, parents, and bosses, and avoiding any etiquette faux pas is crucial to making a great impression. Learn about the top 10 table manner faux pas and how to avoid them.
Prehistoric diners used sharp stones, some made sharper by chipping to cut food. Coastal tribes used shells. Learn about the history of dining utensils: where they came from, their historical place, and some unique customs surrounding them.
The tea ritual has been honed and perfected in England with afternoon tea and high tea, two very distinct servings with very different practices. It would be a major faux pas to confuse them and knowing the difference can open up a new world of tea drinking delight.
Posture, eyes, seating, shoulders, neck, and elbows. All these play a crucial part in staying comfortable and injury free while working. And by understanding the ergonomics of computer equipment and your workplace area you can keep your bones and joints healthy and working properly.