Your office cubicle says a lot about you. It says you believe in it's semi-solid structure to keep you set apart from your inferior co-workers and it also says you have earned your place in corporate life.
The downside is your cubicle also says you're boring, unimaginative, and no different than the other 942 cubicle owners within a 500 foot radius of your very own cubicle hell. That's where the book Cube Chic by Kelley L. Moore comes in to blow your mind with awesome and inspiring cubicle decorating that even the most boring of us can put to use. The book has been so successful it has sprouted a web store for cubiclites to purchase decorative items to spruce up their own personal space and even a blog for frustrated cubicle decorators and designers. The store is called Cube Star and the blog is called Cube Nation. So if you have any pent-up cubicle angst, it's okay to surf over and let it all out.
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Cube Chic by Kelley L. Moore
- By: Dee SandinMar 2, 2008