Today, I would like to take a break from my office worker story and talk about some of the blogs which I read during November.
From now on, early in each month, I intend to provide a brief review of a few of the blogs which I have found interesting or enjoyable during the preceding month.
Broadly speaking, the types of blogs I enjoy include humorous office jokes as well as more serious blogs about dealing with life in the today’s corporate world.
Word Sell Inc http://www.wordsellinc.com/blog
This blog, written by sales and marketing specialist Brad Shorr, has both a serious side and a humorous side.
On the more serious side of the blog, Brad draws on his background in marketing to provide some common sense discussion about effective promotional strategies and ways to build customer relationships.
On the less serious side, Brad provides some humorous cartoons which give us an opportunity to sit back and have a good-natured laugh about life at the office.
Another feature of this blog is “Words for Nerds.” In this section, Brad enlightens normal regular people about the meanings of words you have probably never heard of and never intend to use. Don’t know what “Soporific” means? Brad’s November 23 entry deciphers this mystery for you.
Office Humor Blog http://www.officehumorblog.com/
Bored at work? The office humor blog is here to help!
This blog makes a great read for those times when you want a quick joke with your colleagues. The site features office jokes, pranks, poems and much more.
During November, I particularly like the post giving ten reasons to ask for a raise (November 29) and the best Out of Office automated email replies (November 26).
Resources For Attourneys – Office Jokes, Humor and Satire http://officejokes.resourcesforattorneys.com/index.php
Another good one for a quick laugh.
In November, this blog discusses what happens to people of different occupations when they get old (November 16) as well as some good reasons to go to work – well – naked. (November 03 – no explicit photos, just good humor)
The Decision Strategist http://blog.potterzot.com/
An economist by training and an entrepreneur by heart, Nick (nickname Zot) is here to provide some practical advice into the decision making process, whether it be in the realm of business, investment or personal decisions.
In my favorite November posts, Zot discusses making the really hard decisions in life (November 19) and ponders the issues that he considers to be important in leading a meaningful life. (November 18)
All in a day’s work http://dayswork.wordpress.com/
In this blog, Kishore, a techie from
, reflects on work, his life and his opinions.
On November 18, Kishore reflected upon an experience which many of us can no doubt relate to – that of his first day in the big corporate world and his transition from university life to corporate life.
Hustle Humor http://www.mynewhustle.com/index.php/category/hustle-humor/
On a site aimed primarily aimed at helping entrepreneurs to leverage money making opportunities, this humor blog provides some good laughs for those who are hustling to succeed in achieving their dreams life.
On November 04, Da Hustle describes ten things you need to be a good CEO.
Write Well Me http://www.writewellme.com/
Driven by a passion for language and writing, Dawn has created her own company to help those who share her passion to further develop their skills to maximize the effectiveness of their writing.
In this blog, Dawn describes her experiences and challenges as she enters her new venture. Last week was the first week of a new schedule which she has set for herself – can she stick to it?
Change Therapy http://www.moritherapy.org/
A professional counselor, Isabella Mori writes in depth about dealing with the important and challenging emotional issues in life.
Entries which particularly caught my attention were posted on November 09 and November 17. On November 09, Isabella discusses thinking differently about success, failure and learning. On November 17, Isabella commences a two part discussion (part 2 is posted on November 22) relating to how to deal with negative experiences at work.
I hope you enjoy some of the blogs above.
The regular office worker story will resume tomorrow. In the next few posts, our office worker friend ventures down to the credit department, takes a long lunch break and then decides to hunker down for some real hard work in the afternoon.