Tomorrow’s Friday… so be that AWESOME person! Timbits, here you come for my office tomorrow 🙂

1000 Awesome Things

Office jobs are tough.

I know we cubicle farmhands aren’t exactly hammering diamonds in dusty mineshafts, landing planes in snowy storms, or performing emergency appendectomies.

But still — what we’re doing is complex mail merges to make envelope labels, compiling meeting minutes, and stapling through very thick piles of paper.

It’s demanding.

As a result, sometimes it’s tough getting through the week. When cloudy mornings, barking bosses, and long meetings got you down it’s time to get smiling with some office treats. Today we say thanks to the guy who brings them in — usually in one of five ways:

Level 1: Email Scrambles. A mass email is sent out reading “If anyone wants leftover brownies come to Sheila’s desk NOW!!!” Be careful because if you’re away from your desk you have to listen for slamming keyboard trays and quietly shuffling gang herds swishing down the hallway…

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About 1000awesomefriends

I am just one of the many who have been inspired by Neil Pasricha's 1000 Awesome Things to be better, to see the world as a better place, and to keep the awesome movement alive, as I think it makes the world a better place! We all have enough negative to hear about, what we need is a positive space, positive outlook on life. And I hope this blog will give us the chance to do it!

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  1. Actually I brought in Australian TimTams to the office last week, and that was a hit. Can anyone say “Tim Tam slam”? 🙂 (You might have to check Wikipedia for that one if you’re scratching your head right now) 😀

  2. Earlier this week, it turned out the the other classes who use our classroom before us had to complete a project of creating a model of an ideal town. One group made the buildings out of CAKE! Our class got to eat the remains of the city! My friend and I were walking into the classroom and he was saying, “So the thing that I remember best of all about the trip is… OH MY GOSH! CAKE! And I responed in kind “CAKE!!!” I personaly give the group an A+

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