My favorite. . . blogs

I’m assuming that if you are reading this blog, you probably read other ones too. I do. Today I want to share a few of my favorites – these are blogs I keep in my reader and check regularly. I picked blogs that are more themed instead of just personal. Maybe I’ll do a “favorite blogs about other people’s lives” next time. [Be on the lookout for Monday’s blog post. It is Playfullytacky’s first blogiversary and I’m giving something fun away. My definition of fun might not be the same as yours, but it is still a prize.]

Ask A Manager
“When I started this blog, I was the chief of staff for a medium-sized, successful organization, where I was responsible for hiring, firing, promoting, managing, all of that. In 2010, I left that job and struck out on my own, doing consulting work on the same issues I write about here. I think about management and hiring and systems for getting things done pretty much constantly. And I’m bossy, so I like to tell you my opinion. So if you’re not sure what the hell your manager is thinking, or how to ask for a raise, or whether you might be in danger of getting fired, or how to act in a second interview … ask away.”

Love That Max
“First came love (Dave), then marriage, then two kids, Max and Sabrina. Max has special needs. I launched Love That Max in October 2008 as an inspirational, informational, occasionally irreverent blog. It is currently the #1 disability blog by traffic ranking.”

Young House Love
“Hey there. We’re Sherry and John, and we live in Richmond, Virginia. Here’s where we chat about transforming our house, living in it, and all the random bits in between. We spend our days doing projects, photographing them, writing posts, and raising our three year old daughter. It’s sort of like running a little two-person newspaper (with a kid bouncing around the office). There’s always something to do/paint/write about!”

Doctor Grumpy
Doctor Grumpy doesn’t have an about me. The blog is full of funny stories of interactions with patients, drug reps, other doctors etc. It is very entertaining. The disclaimer “This blog is entirely for entertainment purposes. All posts about patients may be fictional, or be my experience, or were submitted by a reader, or any combination of the above. Factual statements may or may not be accurate.”

“History and sexual politics, 1492 to the present. Historiann is the not very clever pseudonym of Ann M. Little, the author of Abraham in Arms: War and Gender in Colonial New England (2007) and several scholarly articles and book chapters on early American women’s and gender history. She is an Associate Professor in the History Department at Colorado State University.”


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