Hi everyone 🙂 In this video, we will share essential etiquette rules to help you escape awkward moments. Some of these tips might be familiar to you. For example, you should always have a little mirror in your purse 🙂 And if you don’t, be careful using car windows to fix your look 😅 When you’re wearing a long dress or skirt, it can be difficult going down the stairs. See how you can do it gracefully in this video!
We will also share how to get in the car and get out of the vehicle, especially when wearing a dress or a skirt.
You will see how to eat fruit in public and the right way to eat pasta, chips, cake, soup, and other dishes. We will also show you the right way to greet your friend, partner, or another person in public places.

00:06 — That’s why you always should have a little mirror in your purse
01:02 — How to eat fruit in public
04:31 — How to greet a friend
05:48 — How to eat soup
10:04 — How to drink tea and coffee
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Sarah Davis is the creative force behind, a haven for mothers who share a passion for art, crafting, and creative expression. Born and raised in a small artistic community in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sarah's journey into the world of art and crafting started at a young age when her mother, a talented painter, introduced her to the wonders of creativity.

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