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Awesome Etiquette: When To Stop Saying 'Happy New Year'

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When should you stop wishing others a "Happy New Year!"

For how long do you continue to say "Happy New Year!" when greeting someone? After the first week of January? Anytime before March?

Daniel Post Senning and Lizzie Post, from The Emily Post Institute, share their thoughts on when to stop using that phrase after the holiday.

Also in this podcast, find out how to politely suggest to friends at your party that they serve their own drink. 

This episode originally aired on January 13, 2017.

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