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Very humorous, and relatable to anyone working in corporate America. Would recommend to anyone with a sense of humor. Looking forward to the next book from this author.-Amazon Review
Silly sarcasm, zany humor and not-at-all helpful “sour meditations” ahead! Another quirky little book in The Wee Treasury humor series is here!
Everything you’ve seen and heard from the movies and television about working in a job is true…it’s full of hilarious hijinks intertwined with a beloved camaraderie among coworkers.
But some days you may wonder if there’s something else you should do for a career. “Perhaps a different office would have a more interesting shade of gray carpeting?” you may wonder while sipping on another cup of over-brewed coffee.
Whether you work remotely, or work in-person, The Wee Treasury of Workday Meditations is here to help you savor the daily lemons!
This funny little book is designed with a not-at-all patented every-other-page format to provide you with a pause between each sarcastically unhelpful, lemon-enriched “meditation” full of just enough wet-blanket outlook for you to shake your head, reflect and laugh.
We also know that you’re overworked and would appreciate the opportunity to not have to look at spreadsheets for a few minutes.
This offbeat little gem of a book will help you:
FEEL energized by the speed of your workflow
UNDERSTAND the importance of taking on special projects
PONDER if an inbox can ever truly be empty
FIND your way to yet another cup of coffee
And so much more!
This book makes a perfectly funny gift for anyone with a dry sense of humor who works in the nine-to-five grind or for anyone who works in an actual or virtual office at any hour or works inside or outside of a building.
So, get right to it and start reading this quirky book today…before your coffee break is over!
About Marston Lyons
I have been a purveyor of humor since the third grade. Since that time I have quietly honed my humorous view of life as a serious coping skill for whatever path I walked along. Fortunately, there was plenty to laugh about along the way – most notably it was my grade school impromptu performance art of “Alien Hand Syndrome” which was inspired by “The Weekly World News” (and made my mom and sister laugh so much with many command performances requested). Despite being told by my high school science class lab partner, “You’re not funny, you know,” my humorous ways persisted. I later developed a laughter-through-anxiety writing method while I struggled to find a way to survive alone in New York City in a low paying entry level publishing job. From this traumatic experience, my first book was written/born: “How to Survive and Thrive in New York on $19,000 a Year (or Less) Before Taxes.”
I unexpectedly became aware that I was a humor writer when I took a poetry class in New York City. As I read aloud what I thought were deep and poignant thoughts, scattered laughter sprang up from multiple sources in the classroom around me. Although crushed and hotly embarrassed, I went along with my haunting scribbles as being deliberately humorous – and then enrolled in a TV sitcom writing class instead.
My writing reawakened after having children and I found it was a quiet, relaxing and affordable outlet for me. I was thrilled when I had some humorous essays published online, and flattered when they were subsequently published in a book. I created a blog “Fortyteen Candles” about a decade ago which helped me learn how to quickly craft an essay. That blog made me proud because I learned I could connect with other people through my writing. Since then, while muddling through the inertia of the 9 to 5 grind, I have finally accepted that creativity is what makes me feel content. The writings I create are therapeutic and healing for me. I hope you can relate to my books by finding something in them that makes you feel happy as well!
Take care, Marston Lyons