Middle Class Handbook Blog
Ever wondered the best etiquette for greeting an acquaintance when they’re still a fair distance away? Interested in the unwritten (well, until we came along) rules of middle class male flesh exposure? Constantly questioning what park activities are socially acceptable for grown ups? Of course you are...
The Middle Class Handbook blog began back in 2009 and over the years has offered an array of sharp, warm and humorous observations of everyday life in modern Britain, with contributions from dozens of different people – from artists and journalists, to farmers, beauticians and salesmen.
Through our blog we consistently engaged our audience, rather than just publishing content for the sake of it. Additionally, taking part in daily conversation with our 10,000+ Twitter followers allowed us to gain a greater understanding of what does and does not work for social media - lessons that we apply to our work for clients.
In 2012 our best content was collected into a book titled The Art of Being Middle Class, accompanied by witty illustrations that summed up many of those remarkably middle class moments.