2 days ago
Welcome to a new month, may it be filled with blessings of good health, happiness, kindness, prosperity and most of all love and respect for one another.
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4 days ago
It is best to avoid eating when travelling on public transport as it can be particularly offensive to other passengers.
If you must, be considerate with your choice of food, avoid food with strong smells. Crunchy and chewy food can be quite unpleasant for fellow passengers.
Do tidy up after yourself, throw any rubbish away or take it with you. Leaving your rubbish on a seat or table is simply bad manners. The cleaning staff and fellow passengers won't thank you.
Etiquette is about putting others first, it's about kindness, respect and showing courtesy to others. Treat others the way you would like to be treated.
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7 days ago
A child with high self-esteem has been praised, trusted, supported and loved unconditionally. They have been equipped with the necessary social skills to navigate various situations.
They are fair to themselves and confident in their own abilities.
A child with low self-esteem often only focuses on their faults and things that don't go well. These sometimes arise from feeling inadequate as a result of being ridiculed, shouted at or constantly being criticized.
Having a healthy self-esteem can contribute to a child's overall wellbeing, it develops resilience, it helps them to see themselves in a positive way.
Having a healthy self-esteem improves confidence in their abilities. The future is theirs, let us encourage, equip and support children and young people to be the best they can be.
Contact me for online training for your child or teenager. Send a direct message or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Having a healthy self-esteem can contribute to your overall wellbeing. It is how you see and feel about yourself, the value you place on yourself.
Having a healthy self-esteem improves confidence in your abilities.
Here are some tips on things you can do to improve your self-esteem.
💎Ignore and stay away from people who make you feel inadequate and treat you badly.
💎Spend time with people who care about you.
💎Be your own best friend, don't look for approval from others.
💎Treat yourself well and do things that make you feel good.
💎Make good choices for yourself.
💎Take responsibility for yourself, your choices and your actions.
💎Respect other people and treat them how you want to be treated.
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Happy Eid al-Fitr, known as the "Festival of Breaking the Fast", to all Muslims.
A special greeting to my followers and clients in the U.A.E.
May the light of Allah shine upon you always and may his abundant blessings fill your heart and home.
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England and Ireland
Every day acts of kindness need not be elaborate nor take alot of effort.
Here are some tips on every day acts of kindness we can all make a habit of.
Give genuine compliments to others, especially family members.
Donate items or cash to help others.
Offer your services to others for free if it will help them.
Check in on family, friends and people you know.
Send a thoughtful gift to someone, it doesn't have to be expensive.
Make time to talk to someone who is feeling down.
A simple phone call can brighten someone's day.
Give a smile, words of encouragement, a hug when possible.
At home, making that cup of tea, helping to tidy up, doing the ironing, cooking, are all acts of kindness that parents and adults will appreciate.
Don't forget to be kind to yourself by taking care of you.
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It's National Mental Health Awareness week 2020. This year's theme is kindness with a focus on the power and potential of kindness.
"Kindness is defined by doing something for yourself and others, that is motivated by wanting to make a positive difference."
"The focus on kindness is a response to the coronavirus outbreak, which is having a big impact on people's mental health."
The Mental Health Foundation conducted a new survey into kindness, which found that almost two-thirds of people say that when people are kind to them, it has a positive impact on their mental health. Forty-eight percent of people surveyed said being kind "to myself" has a positive impact on my mental health.
There are many benefits to being kind, it can reduce stress, it can improve the emotional and physical wellbeing of the giver and receiver.
One act of kindness can cause a ripple effect, be kind to yourself and others.
Kindness can improve relationships within families, schools, work places and our communities.
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3 weeks ago
Mother's day is being celebrated today in the United States, Australia, Switzerland and Mexico.
A very happy mother's day to all mummies, grannies, aunties and all who fulfill the role of a mother.
A special greeting to these lovely mummies @daily.etiquette @msmodernmanners
I hope you have a lovely day.
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4 weeks ago
It's victory in Europe day (VE Day), 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of World War II in Europe.
There are lots of stay at home celebrations around the country but we must not forget the sacrifices made by so many.
Some activities later on today include Sir Winston Churchill's victory speech at 2.45 p.m. on BBC1
Dame Joan Collins will lead the nation in a toast at 3.00 p.m.
The Queen will address the nation from Windsor Castle at 9.00 p.m.
"To those who gave so much, we thank you."
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