More and more people are skipping paper wedding invitations to send email instead. A new article (written by one of my students at Columbia University) describes the trend: “There are good reasons a growing number of couples go digital when they send wedding invitations: It saves money, reduces your carbon footprint and can efficiently reach friends scattered around the world,” […]
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“When writing common letters (not formal), whose name comes first when closing, male or female?” This week’s etiquette question, posted online, comes from a reader named Neverbeold, who is to be congratulated for having both time and inclination to write real letters on paper. (It has been so long since I wrote a letter that my penmanship has become a crabby […]
“I moved my retired parents into my home with me,” a reader named Jeffrey25 wrote recently. Now, however, his cousin has sent a wedding invitation — in an envelope addressed to his parents that demotes him to the status of tag-along guest: “Mrs. and Mrs. Smith and Family.” Should Jeffrey25 feel offended? “Does this seem a little odd? Should I […]
We had a neighborhood potluck dinner the other night. We all got email assignments about what to bring. My friend Tina (cheese and crackers, veggies and dip) showed up with two big platters — and was shocked to see that the host had already laid out a spread of the same stuff. “I thought you said I should bring that,” […]
Last week on our Facebook page, we asked how you organize your to-do list, and the resounding response (with 1,716 votes) was that you use pen and paper. So, we’re betting that you’ll like Whitelines, a clever notebook company that has pulled a switcheroo on the traditional lined notebook.
Keep reading to find out what makes Whitelines so unique.