The New Year’s ball, that is.
It’s New Year’s! A happy time?
It’s a time for remembering. A time to celebrate. For a lot of us, it’s also a time for making resolutions that seem to get harder and harder to keep every day past the day we made them.
So, in light of that, I’ve decided to focus less on correct grammar, and more on what makes happy times even more happier. And no, it’s not drinking and getting all crazy…
This year will bring us a slew of fantastic stuff; new products we’re excited about, like our money-saving Domain Club, or our brand new account control panel (which you may have already read about). And, as always, we will continue to expand and improve our hosting services (I’ve even heard rumors about a new hosting control Panel in the works).
Happy people make better partners, parents, business owners, thinkers, and overall, people. That’s why my goal for 2013 is, simply, to be happier! You can do it, too!
Just be grateful for everything you have and to never stop searching for things in your life that make you happy. If you spend your time concentrating on the good around you, your world will, in turn, be more positive toward you.
Hopefully, as you search for the positive things around you to be grateful for, you’ll get so good at it that the bad things just fade to the background. It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that there’s plenty for us all to appreciate.
We’re extremely thankful to have you as our customer and our companion in doing better things with the Internet.
I hope 2013 will be a happy year for you.
What’s your resolution this year? Anything specific involving your business or website? Leave your answer in the comments and we’ll try and respond to each one!
Happy Host Excellence Leader
PS: I thought you might find this interesting; this Christmas I got myself these neat “prism glasses.” They’re kind of bizarre, but they’re also uber-cool and I love them. Go ahead and check them out; you might like them just as much as I do!
PPS: Hey, if you want to read more about happiness and warm, fuzzy feelings (and who doesn’t?) I’d really suggest reading “The Happiness Advantage”. It’s very insightful and has inspired me in many ways. In fact, I will be using my new prism glasses to read it in bed!