It is nearly the end of 2022 and Christmas is upon us. Another year has whizzed by and left most of us wondering where all the time has gone! We watched the pandemic fizzle out, Elon Musk take over Twitter, and the SaneChoice website got a make-over. What a year!
So, it is nearly time to find your copy of The Night Before Christmas and stock up on plenty of wine. Soon the family will descend, and the Christmas film repeats on BBC1 will be received with good cheer. This week, the SaneChoice crew will put up some lights (with a conscious focus on energy) and make the office tree look beautiful. We like Christmas here, and everyone behaves like they are ten years of age the closer we get to the 25th of December.
In 2022, we built many websites, provisioned many domains, and saw an uptick in email service purchases. (The last one was a surprise!). We also introduced two new services – an off-site backup service and a website builder. As a result, we now have ten services which help businesses with their technology without breaking the bank.
Before we go, we want to let you know that all your services will be monitored and cared for over Christmas – whilst you enjoy your holiday, we will look after your technology. So have that extra glass of punch and relax. And if you do need us, open a ticket in the Client Portal or email us.
We want to thank all of our clients. Without you, we would not be here. We love creating services and supporting your business growth. There is nothing more we like than to see a business do well. And we hope you continue to do well in 2023.
Finally, we will leave you with a humorous poem. And one that we can certainly all relate to – especially if you have children. So, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, and enjoy the festive read.
The SaneChoice Team
Never Wait Until Christmas Eve to Wrap
By Kelly Roper
There I sat on Christmas Eve
Amid a big pile of gifts.
Waiting until the last moment to wrap
Was really not too swift.
So I wrapped a bunch of presents,
And then piled them on the floor.
I thought I was about half done,
But suddenly it appeared there were more.
So I began wrapping faster,
And my hands were really flying,
But it seemed no matter how quickly I worked
The unwrapped gifts kept multiplying.
And so I frantically stepped up my pace
As sweat broke out on my brow.
But a look at that pile just made my heart race;
Surely they should all be wrapped by now.
I went right back to my wrapping
And shaking my head in doubt.
How would I finish by morning,
When my fingers were about to give out?
And that, my friends, is about the time,
That the room began to spin.
I started feeling quite woozy,
So I laid my head down and gave in.
And that’s where they found me next morning,
Passed out amid gifts on the floor.
So believe me when I make this promise;
I won’t wait until Christmas Eve anymore.