Welcome to The Makery… Founded by Kyli Wolfson and her fiancé Dustin, The Makery provides healthy, organic, allergy-friendly, gluten and grain free alternatives to the world’s most popular snack foods – more specifically gluten free baked goods. Their specialty? Cookies!
Your work life isn’t just about productivity, it’s also about engagement and recognition. It’s a pretty simple concept if you think about it—you have a lot more invested, both professionally and emotionally, if you enjoy what you do and feel
The sending of annual greeting cards around the holidays began in the 1800s and is still a strong tradition today. Here are some etiquette tips to remember when preparing to send yours this year. Who is on your greeting card
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, When signing a card (i.e. birthday card) whose name should go first? Is etiquette to put the man’s name then follow with the wife and then the kids, or does it matter which name goes first?
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, What do I say on a card for a friend who has invited me to dinner? Jennifer G Jennifer, I totally understand your conundrum. I’m a big believer in always having something in hand if you
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, My aunt said we should send out cards announcing of my father’s passing. I’ve never heard of doing this. Can you shed some light on this? Sylvia S. Well, Sylvia, while they are not often used,
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, For my housewarming party, I’d really like gift cards instead of gifts people bring me. How do I put that in the invitations? New House Girl While it is perfectly proper to state “no gifts please”
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, Is an e-greeting card less valuable than a paper card? Is there ever a time when an e-card is more appropriate than a regular greeting card? John T The key here, John, is the word ‘appropriate’.
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, Do you use Sr. or Jr. when writing to the woman when her husband was either a Sr. or a Jr.? Mary Paull Dear Ms. Paull, In formal usage, yes, you do add the prefix Sr.
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, I did not order those formal graduation announcements my school offered many months ago but now wish I could let my friends and family know I’m about to graduate. Is it too late to send something?