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Names Titles & Monikers, What's on Your Stationary?

Category: The School of Flaunt Lessons  |  Permalink

Published: Monday, June 28, 2010

 

Lesson Thirteen

Names, Titles, and Monikers,

What's on Your Stationary?

Surnames are so important. A fine family name carries weight and packs a punch! Should your family name lack luster there are alternatives…..

Dress it up a bit, add to it! Hyphenated names, long the pinnacle of British High Society can be yours. Get out the phone book, go online and be creative. Cultivate a wonderful new lineage. If all seems hopeless, then you might consider changing your name. (See your attorney to make this legal.) If you are female, this can be arranged through marriage.

Speaking of marriage, it can do many things for those wise enough to do it well! Emotionally and financially merging fortunes is so rewarding.

Don't Rule out Royalty! Have a family tree done and if there are no Royals to speak of in your lineage, then alas you might have to marry into it yourself, or at least have one of your children marry into a Royal Family. Lord or Duke, Countess or Lady, means a first class ticket to the society pages! And of course all your best friends will be royalty as well!!

Students, have you changed your names? Why? What are your thoughts on the Hyphenated Debate?

Would Lady Alexandra Braithwaite-Smythe approve?

Your Guides for a New Family Tree,

Smythe and Cadbury-Clarke

Posted by: Rissi Cherie
Monday, July 5, 2010 @ 6:46:08 AM

I changed my last name after the 2nd divorce, the lawyer asked, what name do you want to use. Well, my dears, what had those 2 guys added to my stature. Zero. Same for birth name. So, got rid of all those men's names and used my middle name as my last. Happy day! Kudos to you Rissi! Love your name. I alwsys keep Cadbury when I marry...but Cadbury-Clarke is working nicely. XOXO, Cate

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