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Thursday, October 1, 2009

More information about Virual Opportunities

Today, on my almost daily web-trek to find helpful, and interesting work-related content for you to peruse, I found this little gem (from The Work at Home

 "Become a Highly Successful, Sought After [Virtual Assistant]" by Diana Ennen.

(Guys, don't be intimidated by the fact that the aforementioned site specifies "woman".)

There is a lot of information there that is valuable to anyone who wants to work from home, or start his/her own business. I was particularly excited to see the Virtual Assistant reference, because it seems like I keep bumping into that everywhere. Remember, "Homeless but not Hopeless" who I blogged about a few weeks ago? Remember, that she was offered that virtual internship? Then there was my post just yesterday about virtual internships becoming more popular. Well, in case you were wondering... I didn't do a web search for virtual internship(s); virtual job(s); virtual career(s); or virtual assistant(s), although maybe now I will. This stuff just keeps popping up! Anywho, it seems like a really great opportunity for any blogger.

I'm also adding's RSS feeds to others that I have displayed in the right-hand column of this blog.

These should all update automatically/periodically; so, check back frequently to see what's new. I try to keep track of the feeds to make sure that they're up-to-date. However, occasionally, the content originator takes a hiatus, and I don't realize right away. Further, if you're looking for something that was posted in the right-hand column of this blog earlier, and you don't see it there presently, I may have deleted it because it was not updated for a while, or I may have moved it down to the bottom of the site, to make room for fresh content.

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A Jab At Work Poetry (Poetry about Work)

“Work” by AJA-B, 08/30/09

The life I live is full of Joy,
But fool of sadness have I been,
If rumblings uttered prove us coy,
Then, truth be told both where, and when,
Was once a pair that teetered then,
O’er brinks or hills,
That they could scarce,
Find liquid, bars of salt, but bills,
And toil, though notice paid none dare’st,
To sweat, and pack, and tape, and wrap,
To call, and quest, rebuffed for cost,
To drive five states, and back, for gas
Traverse, from here to there to drink,
While aching back, and sweat-soaked shirt,
Proved naught the laborers’ worth, but stink,
And why should hecklers, wreckers blurt,
And hurl insults until they hurt,
While hypocrites sit conditioned in,
Till out a pair sent all they’d earned,
To others seeking extra, win,
‘gainst those that taught themselves, and learned,
Volumes, nearly choked and burned,
As plumes of hate, and stacks of smoke,
Sparked flames, which brinksmanship, did stoke,
Hellacious fires that GOD awoke,
& Smote the devils’ flames whose’ fire,
Could not the heights of clouds aspire,
& Up the pair in now a shell,
found seeds to plant that vines did swell,
Fat, filling, fruit and tasty cheer,
Revealing teeth, “from ear to ear,”
Now brimming, happily forgiving, hope,
Refilling cranial stores to find,
Surviving, counts for little more than sustaining life, and wasting time.

Digressing now though more is there,
I advise you work, but ne’er care,
Hard work, and success are not the same,
But without the first you’ll reap the blame,
For being weak, and seeming lame,
To end I wish you all the best,
Catharsis exhausts, I needs must rest,
Good luck, “You’re hired” I hope you’ll find,
To ease your cares, and soothe your mind.

© 2009 AJA-B

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