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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a guest post from Siyan Li. In it, you’ll learn a simple approach to using sarcasm in conversation, along with examples of seeing it in action. When I was in middle school, my best friend was a funny girl. As a result, she was really popular and everyone wanted to be… Read more

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How to Build a Virtual Task Force and Keep it Running

Note: This is a guest post by Robert Cordray. I’ve added some humor notes to go along with the great tips from Robert. Telecommuting has become a common way to give employees extra flexibility in their work and employers flexibility in who they hire by eliminating the zip code requirement. While there are many advantages… Read more

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Balancing Humor at Work

One of people’s biggest fears with using humor in the workplace is being seen as inappropriate. Guest author Sarah Clare shares some tips on how to balance humor at work and help ensure that the humor is appropriate. —————————————- Humor is a great way to deal with the overwhelming stress we face at work. When… Read more

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How Humor Can Help Nurses

I’ve long been a believer that humor can help heal. In this guest post, Heather Green shares how humor can help important healers in our culture: nurses. ———————————————— Humor can be the best medicine. Humor can make us feel better, it can improve our mood, and it can even impact our overall health. Therefore, nursing… Read more

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The Importance of Humor for Seniors

Note: This is a guest post by Sue Sveum of LivingSenior, an organization dedicated to matching caregivers with seniors in need of care. Laughter is contagious. And since it feels good, go ahead and laugh away. Studies show that laughing is good for our health — but who needs a study when it’s plain to see that… Read more

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