Etiquette for Dinner PartiesJules Hirst
Here is a great video by Australia’s top entertaining experts revealing their dinner party success secrets.
Today, people air their dirty laundry on Twitter and the sexes are relatively equal in relationships and business.
You can no longer be sure whether you’ll be scoffed at or thanked for opening a door for a woman.
But that doesn’t mean manners have no place in the modern world – in fact, if you want to make a good impression, etiquette is still the best way.
* Written by: Fiona MacDonald