Bored with Your Favorite Social Media Site or Micro-Blogging Service?

I don't know about you, but some of the popular social networking and micro-blogging sites (like Facebook and Twitter) tend to get boring especially if you are on those sites often, so I started a search for other websites that had some interesting features. Here's what I came up with:

My Yearbook: I like this site because it is similar to Facebook, but its just nicer to look at and easy to navigate.

Jaiku: Very simple to use and again nicer to look at.

Plurk: I thought it was fun to view especially the way the text runs across the screen.

Tagged: I enjoyed my time there. Very simple interface. I was able to design my page in minutes. You meet people almost instantly! (But I had to cancel, started noticing some people were too close to home.)

I hope you find some fun in visiting these sites and registering. (Notice, I don't get anything for writing about these sites--that's why I didn't include any links.)

My Life: Simple to use, many of my classmates were there and I was able to create a page for free. However, they do charge for other services.

Classmates: I like the site, but the idea they are charging people bothers me. I saw many of people I went to school there too, but not nearly as many as Facebook.

Nicholl McGuire


5 Things You Can Do With Your Time Right Now

You say you need time to get certain things done, but you forget what you are supposed to be doing, so you sit idle, clicking on images on the Internet and reading emails, blogs, and other things. Isn't there something you need to do?

1. Check your balance in your checking and savings account and be sure all monies are allocated ie.) money borrowed from someone else, bills, entertainment, food and a little leftover for unanticipated issues.

2. Call back or write back someone you promised you would get back to.

3. Help the person that you live with by completing a chore or offer to run an errand for he or she.

4. Organize, scan or copy something you keep saying you will do. ie.) burn a cd or dvd, hang a photo on a wall, or organize a drawer.

5. Upgrade your appearance. ie.) iron something, fix your hair, experiment with some makeup, or take a shower and groom yourself.


Are You a Boring Partner or Boring Friend? 6 Signs That You Might Be

"He wasn't always like this when we first met so boring, or was he?" Looking back on my long list of dates, I would have to say about a handful were absolutely boring. They might have been a little bit interesting when we first started dating, but then soon after I was wondering what did I see in them in the first place. Then there were my boring friends--ouch! Yeah, I said a few of my friends were a bit of a bore. They didn't know how to do nothing more than say, "Huh...uh.." on the phone.

Boring men or women as lovers or friends just don't have the spark, x factor or just something special about them and don't think you can change them either! You probably know from personal experience a few. A boring person is created just like a social butterfly is molded and shaped. You can make yourself be deemed, "Boring!" by others in a number of ways. Here are a few.

1. You don't engage anyone to want to converse with you. Do you ask questions when a person tells you a story? Do you exchange information? Do you act the least bit interested in what other's have to say?

2. You are ridiculously private! Some people are so private that they won't tell you if they left the house today or if they did, what store did they visit. It seems to ask these questions of them are considered offensive. So if you can't even share a little detail like where you shopped, you seriously have issues and boring is only a small part of them.

3. You don't articulate most of your words, you just make sounds. There is more to a conversation then "huh, hmm, uh..." You might be doing this because you don't trust people--fearful someone might go back and tell another person what you said. If this is the case, you might need a friend adjustment; rather than a change in personality. Yet, some people are good friends, but you can't tell, because you nor they know what to say outside of your job.

4. You don't leave home. It seems you are house bound because of a number of issues. So people assume you don't want to be bothered, you have nothing going on, and therefore you are bored or boring. Maybe they have wrongly reached that conclusion. So why not invite people to go out with you and/or visit your home?

5. Clueless as to what to do with people. Seriously folks, there are people who just don't know how to deal with people outside of a workplace. If they aren't joining a group, leading a group, directing a group, they really don't know what to do. So people who know them will say, "Wow, she isn't what I thought she was outside of the workplace--she's boring!"

6. Always by the book, don't deviate from routines. You don't like to change your order of doing things; yet those around you would like to see some things done differently maybe even see a different you. But it just feels safe cooking the same things, driving the same ways, dressing the same way, and so on. No wonder a partner might call his or her mate, "Boring!"

Notice all issues mentioned in this article prove that it is the boring person who is responsible for the label "boring" and he/she has no one to blame for their boredom.

Nicholl McGuire


Social Media Can Be Boring Sometimes...

Is it just me! But interacting with people via the net can be downright boring sometimes! I mean how many times will you go to someone's personal page to see some goofy update about what people are cooking, where they are going, how great their children did in school or something else!

Sometimes you look for trouble just to get a charge! Why so many boring people? I'll tell you, because people are beginning to act like one another. It starts like this, you see what I do, so you copy my online actions (no matter how boring) because you think it will work for you and so on. Before long, everyone is looking and sounding the same! They are either reporting on their online or offline findings/activities, venting about something, or saying something so off the wall that everyone in their network actually ponders on whether they want to receive their news feeds anymore let alone be a friend. Those who love shocking people in their network are actually bored quite possibly with those in their inner circle offline, so going online is where they get their charge.

Between being bored offline and online, you are going to do one of two things: say something offensive and/or connect with some groups or participate in activities you wouldn't normally do. Once you stop being bored, you will look back on your actions and most likely say, "I didn't mean to do that..."


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Over 20 years office work experience, six years completed college coursework, background in print media and communications, recognized for exceptional attendance and received merit increase for past job performance, self-published author and part-time entrepreneur, Internet marketing and social media experience. Interned for non-profit organization, women's group and community service business. Additional experience: teaching/training others, customer service and sales. Learn more at Nicholl McGuire and Nicholl McGuire Media

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