Hellurr Poised Lady To-Be, Consideration, sensitivity and respect are the bedrock of etiquette, and poise is such a beautiful art form, one could talk about it all day. Related Post: #Poise101: What is the Colour of Your Poise? || The Poise Game If you are new to poise and etiquette, I would recommend a starterContinue reading “#Poise101: The Poise Starter Pack || 6 Things You Need to Begin Your Poise Journey”
There are so many things a fake smile does for you. It gives you control, especially when less than positive things are happening around you. It could keep you from exploding or having a serious fit in the wrong place.
Hellurr Ladies! As Oyin Sunmoni says, the ultimate woman is one who carries herself in such a way where without effort, things are easy for her. It’s all about presence ladies. Emote that ease at your workplace, among friends and family, with yourself everywhere you go. To learn more about presence, the JSK Etiquette Consortium has createdContinue reading “#Poise101 #Event: The Power of Presence in a Woman Series by JSK Etiquette Consortium”
‘Exact’ is how I would describe this book. Candace Simpson-Giles simply tells the lady in waiting what she is to do and what she isn’t to do matter-of-factly, an approach I appreciate 100%. She is not kept guessing or given double meanings.
#Hellurr ladies and gentlemen. Whenever I remember my favourite quotes, I’m reminded of how I felt when I first heard them. I remember the wit, the humour, the lesson and the people who learnt them with me, and of course, the coolness of whoever made the quote. What I love most isContinue reading “#Poise101: 10 Poise and Etiquette Quotes from my Favourite People.”
Poise is the way you carry yourself in every aspect of your everyday life. Emotions are just emotions. Whether positive or negative, you could certainly make a game of poise out of it, no? Shall we? Do you sway as you walk or are you stoic? 2. Do you beam radiantly or do you wearContinue reading “#Poise: What is The Colour of Your Poise? | The Poise Game”
Demure, kind and sweet are some of the virtues that stand a lady out, and Oyinkansade Fabikun is no exception. Oyinkan’s ‘je ne sais quoi’ had been very apparent to me since our university days, but in actual fact I had not fully apprehended the length, the depth, the height and the width of her awesomeness. With her ‘Phylicia Rashad’ vibe and super witty etiquette blog,