Oh, the pleasures of afternoon tea.  Can you relate?

I bet if you are interested in etiquette certification, then you understand the benefits and pleasures of afternoon tea.

If you listed out your top 5 favorite ways to relax and enjoy life, would afternoon tea be on your list?

If not, what in the world!  You need to add this to your list.

Trust me.

So much can be learned and created over afternoon tea.

I can remember my first “real” adult tea.  I was invited by a girlfriend to have tea at The Ritz Carlton in Atlanta. 
The tea was life changing!  Truly.  Afternoon tea has been a ritual of mine ever since that day when I was a young lady in my twenties…newly married and starting my career.

I can remember the music, the setting and my very first scone.  I grew up in the south and tea was served over ice and very sweet and served during most every meal. It was the gold standard.

And sitting down at The Ritz with all the beautiful things…tea pots, white glove service and the prettiest petit fours – life changed.

Can you remember certain moments like this in your life?  If so, do share.  Send an email to me and let me know.  I am all ears!

Here is How You Can Incorporate Afternoon Tea into Your Daily Life

Relax and Enjoy a Cup: You don’t need your task list or an excuse to have a cup of tea.  Take a quiet moment for yourself and be with your thoughts.  Simple sit and enjoy.  Use your favorite cup or mug.  I like to use a a teacup to make it a bit more special during this dedicated time. And yes, I switch out my favorite tea cups depending on my mood.

Favorite Indulgence: Now is the time to enjoy that special chocolate you have been thinking about.  Like wine, you can pair tea with many of your favorite treats.  And adding chocolate to this special time is one of my absolute favorite ways to have a cup of tea. 

Creativity: Make a pot of tea, take out your favorite teacup and sit with your notepad and let your imagination go down many different paths.  There is something about a cup of tea that sparks many ideas. If you have a project….work related or any other type of endeavor- brain storm with a cup of tea. If you are thinking about becoming certified to teach etiquette, now is the time to get your creative juices flowing.

Journal:  Journaling is a meaningful way to spend your time.  Whether it is a gratitude list or anything else that is on your mind-get your thoughts in paper. Of course, with a cup of tea.

Etiquette Certification and Pleasures of Tea

When you become certified to teach etiquette to children, teaching charm school and afternoon tea becomes a popular request from parents and other organization like Girl Scout Troops and Jack and Jill Clubs of America.

Here is a FREE Guide to Help YOU Start a Business Teaching Manners to Children


6 Things Needed to start an etiquette business

Here Are Your Next Steps

Step 1

Get to Know Manners To Go™

Most likely, you will want to get to know us. Feel free to call or email us. Click on the links below. We are happy to discuss the details with you.

Step 2

Decide on the best training option for you

We offer two trainings to become certified to teach manners to children:

Professional Consultant Certification - Live video training

Option #1:

“Live” Video Training

If you are looking to start immediately and save money on travel and time, then this is your best option.You choose the dates of our trainings. Most choose to have their sessions once a week, others twice. This is a “live” and private training. It is NOT self-guided.

2 Day Etiquette Certificate Training

Option #2:

Two-Day In-Person

PRIVATE Training.  That’s right, we meet in person, the two of us and our focus is completely on your business.  Click the image above or follow the button below to learn more and to see a list of cities available for your training.

Step 3

Receive the curriculum and book your training dates

Upon payment, you receive the curriculum. Next, we will send an email asking you to schedule your first training date.

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