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Dr. Laura Hills, Blue Pencil Institute

Practice good dining etiquette. There’s more to good manners when eating than not talking with your mouth full, not putting your elbows on the table, and not pointing at anyone with your utensils, although these are good places to begin. Be courteous to the wait staff in a restaurant no matter what. Unfold and place the napkin on your lap at the start of the meal and use it. Sit upright and don’t hunch over your plate. Take manageable bites. www.bluepencilins...