Gift etiquette can seem tricky, but it really is not so. If you are going to give a gift, it all boils down to thinking about the recipient. I wrote a whole big long post about gift giving etiquette with 15 tips, but all the little rules and guidelines are just ways to help you think about things from the other person’s perspective. Ultimately, it is all about the other person. It’s about the recipient.
Well, the same thing goes when receiving a gift. How do you receive a gift the right way? Just think about how would you like the recipient to react when you give them a present. That’s how you should react when you receive a gift. Continue reading →
Gift giving etiquette is important to know so you can give the right gift, in the right way, at the right time. We’ve studied the art and science of giving memorable, meaningful, and appropriate gifts, and have plenty of helpful tips to share with you. Continue reading →
Ahhh, children’s birthday parties. The home of sugary highs, tear-streaked lows, spills, jealousies, and opportunities galore to teach manners and etiquette. It seems like these days each party – each family, each home – has a different level of expectation regarding a wide range of issues. What is the appropriate birthday party etiquette for kids? Continue reading →
Not all gifts are created equal, and the same goes for the little rules built up in our minds about gift giving. Some gift giving etiquette is simple common sense and kindness; for the rest, it’s true that it’s the thought that counts. Let’s take a look at seven gift giving fallacies that you should completely and totally ignore. Continue reading →
Real estate closing gifts are the perfect opportunity for all you real estate agents to thank your clients, and show them how much you appreciated working with them. It’s also a great way to leave them with a positive image of their experience with you, and it can be a step toward future referrals.
Below we have 21 unique and memorable ideas for real estate closing gifts. Continue reading →
This one is kind of a downer, but it’s a question that, sadly, gets asked quite a bit. Should I bring a gift to a funeral or memorial service? What is the gift-giving etiquette for when you see or visit a family after a loved one has passed away? Here is all the memorial gift etiquette explained for funerals and memorial services. Continue reading →