The Wall Street Journal has a blog following some out-of-work MBAs. A piece of advice I noticed right away and agree with is that the seeker needs to take time for other parts of their life (exercise, etc.) because looking for work is not a full-time job (at least not the all-encompassing full-time job that many are accustomed to). The job search leads to interviews and it sure is good to go into those with some balance and perspective (and without the bleary eyes that come from staring at your computer all day long).
Anyway, saw some really good stuff here for folks in transition and for the rest of us. I really would have liked to have seen more writers from outside the financial services sector (heck, there are even some non-MBA job seekers that should have a voice but that is a topic for another blog). But still, worth a read.