Halloween is over it’s freezing outside and it’s almost time for Thanksgiving. We had a great time for Halloween. My daughter was supposed to go out with her dad, and I was to pass out candy, but trick-or-treat was cancelled due weather. She was dressed up as a zebra and of course as a adorable as ever. So instead we went took her trick-or-tricking indoors at the local mall and then to a local community Halloween party.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year are just around the corner. I’m so looking forward to these holidays as this is when I get to spend much needed time with my family. I’ll cook a nice traditional Thanksgiving dinner for my little family for sure. We haven’t decided yet if my brother is coming here or we are going there, but either way I’ll be spending Thanksgiving with him and his family. I don’t get to spend near enough time with them so I’m really looking forward to this.
I’ve posted this on my Facebook page, but I’m going to ask again of you. I have a client whose spouse had some great loss recently. There was not only a job loss, but also the loss of a parent. Let’s pray for big miracles that my client’s spouse will get the job of their dreams, my client’s business will grow to astronomical proportions, and that God will send the kind of peace to them in their time of mourning that only He can send.
My client is an amazing person, and it would really warm my heart to see them come through this victorious and with God I know they will!
Business has been slower this past month. It seems to slow down around the holidays for me. I wonder if it’s because I don’t take advantage of holiday marketing? What do you think? Do you take advantage of holiday marketing? I’d really love to hear your thoughts on this.
Please tell me in the comments below about your perception on holiday marketing and what kinds of promotions you do. I’d especially like to know more from the service based industry?
On a side note I just started a personal blog if you’re interested in checking it out. Now it doesn’t have much on it, but you have to start somewhere.