The magazine warned certain foods, such as celery, could ‘quite correctly be eaten with the hands’.
How you walk into the room is a part of that judgment.
"Shoulders pulled back and neck elongated, each stride should be roughly one to two feet wide," Reiman says.
It's also a legitimate way to portray good body language during a job interview. You want to be confident, but not obnoxious; intelligent but not a know-it-all.
Trying to find a balance and also explain why you deserve a job is hard enough. Career experts have long analyzed body movement as a way to determine a person's character.
To determine what kind of movements are vital for interviews, we spoke to body language expert Dr.