The Invisible Person. Our faces may be under wraps, but as we re-enter into society our interaction with other people will require a bit of extra work. A concealed face represents a challenge not only in expression but in voice. Keep in mind the following: Read More »
- Touch-less Greetings. Gone are handshakes and paper tickets. What else will we say goodbye to?
- Crowds. With less crowds you may never have to wait in line for a public restroom again.
- Food Choices. This means different things to different people. To me ... Read More »
Social Distancing Doesn't Work On Planes
Pandemic Etiquette: How To Deal With Annoying Neighbors (or Know If You're the Jerk)
- Check-In. It’s fun to be spontaneous. Restaurants are now operating at limited capacity, so make a reservation otherwise your wait time might be indefinite. Plus, chances are you’ll be asked to wait outside until the table is ready.
- Condiments. Read More »
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Rob and Joss in the Morning: Getting Back to the Movie Theater
Social media is lightning fast, and oftentimes we hit send before we’ve had a chance to swallow our thoughts. When this happens, mistakes happen. Unless we go back and look at our posting right away to edit, that’s when trouble begins. No one means ... Read More »
The pandemic has made a lot of social situations awkward. Here's how to handle them.