New dining etiquette rules will require trust, flexibility and patience because they are new and unfamiliar. Our stepping out moment has finally come, yet many people are apprehensive about dining out because home has been their safe place for so long. Further, we cannot always count ... Read More »
- Mobile check-in: Think hotel apps for a contactless check-in process.
- Buffets: Goodbye buffets, hello room service. The same goes for mini bars and grab and go dining.
- Bellhop: Less will be more when it comes to luggage as ... Read More »
- Check In: There will be controlled measures such as screening, disinfectant protocols and plenty of hand sanitizer.
- Weights: Staff will be required to wear gloves and masks, but it’s not a bad idea for members. Weights are so often touched ... Read More »
Sol Sisters Spa Week
One of my favorite places on planet earth is Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, Mexico. I have been a spa guest for 20 years but never with my best friends, and I so wanted to share this special place with them.
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- Server. Instead of being served you serve yourself; this may include opening your own bottle.
- Fresh Air. Most tastings will be done outdoors.
- Groups. Less is more, so six or less in a group and six feet apart, please. ... Read More »
- Avoid an in-person appointment if you’re feeling under the weather. Opt for a Telehealth appointment instead.
- Wear your mask in the office until instructed to remove it.
- Patients will be seated in a marked seating waiting area. ... Read More »
Our big moment has finally come, or has it? So many people are apprehensive about stepping out after being sheltered for so long. Rules are ambiguous at best. There’s no uniformity to how we are now supposed to live, other than we must wear a ... Read More »
14 Etiquette Rules to Follow When Visiting Friends During a Pandemic
And you’re off! It may not be to Africa or Antibes, but car travel is the new vacation. As the author of a travel book, prepping for any trip takes time. Create a checklist much like a shopping list. If you’re organized prior to leaving, ... Read More »
The Invisible Person. Our faces may be under wraps, but as we re-enter into society our interaction with other people will require a bit of extra work. A concealed face represents a challenge not only in expression but in voice. Keep in mind the following: Read More »