7 Things a Wedding Guest Should Never Do

This social primer is a must pre-nuptial read.

Your Ultimate Guide to RSVP Etiquette

How to handle an MIA responder (and what to do if you're one yourself).

How to Deal with a Chronic Procrastinator

They just can't seem to complete the project or make it to the event on time—so what do you do?

What to Do When a Copycat is Driving You Crazy

Imitation may be a form of flattery, but it can also be incredibly annoying.

6 Commandments of Social Media at Weddings

Just because you have a camera phone at your disposal, doesn’t mean you have free reign to post anything and everything. Here, the ground rules both the couple getting married and the guests should follow when posting wedding details to social media. 

8 No-Fail Ways to Keep Your Bridesmaids Happy

Simple strategies to make the most important ladies in your life feel appreciated. 

All Your Etiquette Questions, Answered

Real Simple’s Modern Manners columnist, Catherine Newman, etiquette expert and author of the parenting memoir Waiting for Birdy, offers her best advice on your social quandaries. Send her your etiquette conundrum here.

12 Memorable Ways to Ask: Will You Be My Bridesmaid (or Groomsman)?

You’ve got the ring, and now you’ve got to plan the day. First up: recruiting the wedding party. Here are 12 creative ideas to ask your best friends to be part of your ceremony and celebration, everything from cufflinks and koozies to cookies, kerchiefs, and lockets.

5 Tips on How to Use LinkedIn Better

Whether you’re looking for a new job or just want to network, use these tips to make your profile more effective.

The Psychology of Social Media

What is it about screens that keeps our eyes transfixed and fingers a-tappin’? Psychologist Sherry Turkle, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the author of “Alone, Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less From Each Other,” explains what keeps us tangled up in tech.

8 Ways to Break Free From Your Social Media Addiction

Ever go on Facebook for a quick peek, then find yourself 200 photos deep in a perfect stranger’s vacation album? Here’s how to reclaim precious time (and your right mind).