Need A Brush-Up On Your Every Day Manners? 20 List To Guide You On It(2023)

If you need a brush-up, here’s a 20 list of Everyday Manners:

Everyday Manners

1. Say “please” and “thank you.” It’s amazing how these simple words can make a difference in how you come across to others.

2. Greet people politely when you enter their home, and be sure to say “goodbye” and “thank you” before you leave.

3. Wait your turn before you speak — don’t interrupt or talk over someone.

4. When you’re introduced to someone new, shake their hand and say, “It’s nice to meet you.” When you leave, say, “It was a pleasure meeting you.”

5. Apologize if you accidentally bump into someone.

6. When you receive a gift from someone, write a thank you note or give them a call to thank them.

7. If you need someone’s attention or need them to move out of your way, say “Excuse me,” rather than pushing past them.

8. Clean up after yourself, especially if you are in another person’s home.

9. When you are indoors, use an indoor voice. Be aware of how loud you are speaking.

10. Cover your mouth and turn away when you’re about to cough or sneeze, and then say “Excuse me.”

11. Avoid making rude noises (burping for example), but if it happens, say “Excuse me.”

12. If you are eating something in front of another person, offer to share it.

13. Hold the door for other people.

14. Always flush the toilet after you use it, and put the seat down.

15. Avoid bad language in front of other people you don’t know or those you think it might offend.

16. Return things you’ve borrowed.

17. Be on time.

18. Pay attention to your hygiene. Bad hygiene is offensive.

19. Refrain from talking in presentations, movies, and other places where people are trying to listen and pay attention.

20. Offer your seat to someone who is elderly, disabled, or otherwise physically compromised if there isn’t another seat available.

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