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By | Nov 25, 2008

  Administrative Arts is entered in the contest Blogging Idol II, over on Daily Blog Tips.  Winning the contest is based on 3 criteria: Increasing subscriber count, votes, and judges votes. You can help me win this contest by doing two things: Vote for me at Daily Blog Tips.  I’m #101 on the list. Subscribe to […]

Managing the Holiday Gift Exchange

By | Nov 25, 2008

photo credit: vieux bandit Yes, it’s that time of year again.  The holidays are once again upon us.  I’ll be doing a series of posts over the next week on various holiday related topics around the office.  Today’s topic: Holiday Gift Exchanges. Gift Exchanges can be a nice way for office colleagues to bond and […]

Casual Fridays: TrailLink

By | Nov 21, 2008

Do you love to hike?  Enjoy biking trails?  Like to take the family out for a day in the great outdoors?  Well, I’ve got the site for you! TrailLink allows you to search for trails by location, type of surface, allowed activities, and length of trail.  Get reviews from others who have taken the trail, […]

8 Ways to Stay Fit in the Office

By | Nov 20, 2008

Let’s face it, we spend most of our day sitting at our desks, and between the demands of work and family, getting to the gym just isn’t always an option.  So what do we do to help keep in shape?  I went out and scoured the web and found a variety of websites to help […]

Creating Calendars in Microsoft Word

By | Nov 19, 2008

2009 is just around the corner, and you’re going to be needing new calendars.  You can save your company some money by printing out calendars from Microsoft Word instead of buying an expensive calendar from the office supply store.  It’s an easy process. In Microsoft Word, click on File and then New. This will bring […]

Boost Your Resume, Become Bilingual

By | Nov 18, 2008

Let’s face it, with the economy the way it is, jobs are getting tougher and tougher to find.  You have to find a way to stand out in the crowd in todays tough job market. One excellent way to boost your resume is to become bilingual.  In many parts of our country, being bilingual is […]

Easily Manage Time Zones

By | Nov 17, 2008

photo credit: leoplus Does your boss do a lot of international business?  Does your company do business all over the world?  Then you’ve probably dealt with the dilemma of trying to set up international conference calls, or arranging a business call with a client or colleague in another country or on another continent.  With all […]

Casual Friday: Lion Brand Yarns

By | Nov 14, 2008

  I learned to crochet when I was just 5 years old.  I was staying with my grandparents for the summer, and my grandmother taught me to crochet to keep me out of trouble and quiet.  I don’t think she realized just how much I’d take to it, since my mother never cared for it.  […]

9 Way to Avoid the Flu This Season

By | Nov 14, 2008

Yes, it’s that time again.  Cold and Flu season.  No one wants to be sick, but how do you avoid it when people are coming in and out of your office all day. Here’s some tips for reducing the impact of the cold and flu season on your office. Keep a box of tissues on […]

Business Card Scanner

By | Nov 10, 2008

So, your boss just came back from his big conference and handed you a double handful of business cards to enter into his contacts.  You could spend hours typing them into Outlook, or you could use a business card scanner to enter them. I investigated a number of business card scanners on Amazon.com, and found […]

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