Fall has arrived, as many of us have felt, and brought with it a fresh breeze in the mornings as we commute to work. It is not the only thing that is changing. Due to the global pandemic, our company, like the rest of the world, has been hybrid for the past year.
As of Friday, last week, we are pleased to report that our Hilton Head Office is nearly back to business as usual. We will continue to operate in the safest and most efficient ways possible, whether we are working remotely or in the office. We’re not saying that this will be a seamless transition. We just ask for the grace while we try different approaches.
As a solution, this fall, we want to engage with our community by experimenting with various methods to become more involved in order to build relationships and increase our business. We encourage you to join in our discussions and let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see or hear more about. We recognize that things are changing, and we embrace fresh approaches.
Fall is my favorite season because I get to plan Halloween costumes, pumpkin carving events, and weekend get-togethers around a fire pit. The mosquitoes and humidity has left for the year!
We are holding our first Pumpkin Decorating Contest! We hope you will be able to participate in the event. All you have to do is send in a photo of yourself with your pumpkin by Thursday, October 28th to be entered. There’s no need to get messy or carve anything (Unless you want to ) Use whatever you wish, as long as it’s family friendly. On Friday, October 29th, we will announce one winner and share a photo on social media.
Each month, we are striving to support and highlight a local business. We hope you have the chance to visit Holiday Farms in Ridgeland this October. All through October 31st, they will be open for their 14th season. They offer games and activities, as well as a wagon ride where you could pick your own pumpkin, a barnyard zoo, a maze, and live music on weekends. Send us your pictures if you go.
Halloween this year lands on Sunday, October 31st, could be a challenge. As of right now, Beaufort County hasn’t officially provided information on the hours and rules that must be followed in order to be processed with Trick or Treat. I’ll keep our social media platforms updated with any new developments. I’m sure there will be some energetic and sleepy students arriving at school early on Monday morning.
Chase your dream job like Michael Myers is chasing you.
We each have 85 days to end the year on a high note and start thinking about our goals for the coming year.
Better time management is one of the things I’ll be working on in October….
In November, I’ll update you on what worked and what didn’t for me.
24 Days until Halloween
49 Days until Thanksgiving
79 Days until Christmas