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Here’s Why We’re Thankful for All of the Things this Year ? ?

We can probably all agree that 2017 has been a little wild, but there really is so much to be thankful for –– especially when you’re a company that survives on creativity, curiosity and a hell of a lot of hard work. We’ve launched over 15 websites since January, we were a Best Places to Work finalist, and had clients receive recognition for their rebranding initiative! It would be easy for us to just say how thankful we are as a company, but we feel it’s important to dig a little deeper because there’s a lot more for us to be thankful for than that. So here’s a rundown of why we are truly such a thankful group.

This year I’m thankful for…

  • Weekend morning dance parties with my wife and kiddos. – Justin
  • This year, I am thankful for A LOT. I’m thankful for finding a new family – a work family! Finding a new job that finally lets me be my weird self while doing what I love, in the space that I love, with truly genuine people that teach you so much, is a dream come true. It’s been such a positive life change. I am also thankful for my support system – an awesome family that loves me and still checks in every morning and night from 2.5 hours away & and my amazing boyfriend/best friend whom I just moved in with this year (another big life event!) and consistently keeps me in check and pushes me to be the best version of myself. I’m also thankful for my health; my body is still holding me up through the long days I put it through, even if it hasn’t seen the inside of a gym for an embarrassing number of months. 2017 has been a year of lessons, big life changes, and personal growth – I’m a better person because of it; so for that, I’m incredibly blessed and thankful. Oh…and I’m also thankful for all the red wine, This is Us, and my new white noise machine. – Autumn
  • Getting to travel and spend quality time with my husband, family, and friends. Adopting an adorable Great Dane, Booker and purchasing our first house. Opportunities to learn, grow and create. – Megan
  • My health, my faith, my friends, my work, and my family. – Catherine
  • Old friends and new beginnings. – Robby
  • I am most thankful for my family and friends. They are my constant inspiration and my support system in everything I do. – Beau
  • I am thankful for my questioning and learning. It is easy to say that you are thankful for family and friends, but the thing that affects each of my relationships and my life is my mind. I am thankful that I have a capacity and resources around me to deepen my thoughts on all sorts of subjects. Whether those learning experiences are from people I know or experts that I admire, I am thankful for them in sharing their knowledge with me. When I am trying to learn more about theology, philosophy, literature, design, drawing, photography, organization, or from any of my other experiences, I have been thankful for those people in their fields to help me learn the things I could never have the time/energy to research extensively and that I can take a piece of expertise and apply it to my own life. I feel like with all the things I have learned, I have only cracked the surface of the things that I can do and the people that I can help as well. As one wise man once said “The minute that you’re not learning I believe you’re dead.  – Caleb
  • Becoming a mom! I am so thankful for the journey I’ve been on this year in starting a family, and to work for a company that values the importance of work/life balance and flexibility. I’d also like to thank the creators of coffee. If you’re out there reading this right now, thank you. – Emily
  • Friends, family, and hope for the future. – Rich
  • This team! – Essa

Author: Autumn Crosier

Self-taught disruptor, brand storyteller, and lover of all things Barbra Streisand, Autumn oversees our creative tasks and finds new ways to shake things up. As Brand Experience Director, Autumn makes sure that every project for eMedia or Clients is on-brand, edgy, and tells a story.

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