There’s nothing like piling on the couch with those we love and turning on a tried-and-true, favorite holiday movie as the snow falls outside. (You can’t deny that just thinking about it probably made you smile!)
So snuggle up, grab a cup of hot cocoa and add these holiday favorites to your queue from the jolly #teamME.
When You Need to Chuckle like Santa
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
When You Need a Bit of Nostalgia
It’s a Wonderful Life
When You’re Exchanging Gifts with Your Gal Pals
When You Need a Little Hope
Miracle on 34th Street
When You Need Your Heart to Grow Three Sizes
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
When the Family Gets Together
From all of us at MurphyEpson, we hope you enjoy the time you have with your families and friends this holiday season.
The MurphyEpson team believes in credit where its due. From snaps at our weekly production meetings to showing gratitude to the one who gets the coffee brewing each day, we believe in “thanks.”
But for the time of year filled with turkey, mashed potatoes, football and those we hold near and dear to our heart, we wanted to express our thanks in a special way.
Here’s our Thanksgiving edition of Wednesday Weigh-In on what #teamME is thankful for:
Mark: I’m thankful that the team does GREAT WORK every day!
Missi: So many things to be thankful for that I could write a book but if I had to narrow it down to a small list, it would be these things:
A healthy, bright and kind-hearted daughter
An amazing career with awesome co-workers
Great friendships that help me get me through life
Leah: Cozy Saturday mornings on my couch with coffee, cats and my laptop. And cookie dough, because why not.
Elizabeth: I am so blessed and thankful for my relationships with family and friends, including those with fur and four legs. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Cindy: The chance to do meaningful work, family, friends and a healthy body (not sure about the mind sometimes!) so I can travel to some pretty fun places.
Nick: I am thankful for my family, friends, church community and chocolate.
Rachel: I’m thankful for my coworkers who get me through long days, friends who get me through long weeks, my precious pup who gets me up for early mornings and macarons and meditation that fill in the gaps.
Jeanna: I’m grateful for my work/life balance!
Erin: I’m thankful for the countless memories made on a daily basis as my little twin girls grow to understand what the holidays are all about. Like the fact they can now say “turkey, gobble gobble!”
Cam: I am thankful for a college internship with co-workers who make me laugh, 51 amazing housemates that support my skinny pop addiction, a short commute from home so I can visit my two gorgeous puppies whenever I’m in need of puppy snugs, a family that keeps me smiling and excited about the little things (like clean crawl spaces and potluck dinners) & the Buckeyes!
We hope you have the happiest of Thanksgivings and find time to reflect on what you’re grateful for.
We’ve heard the saying before: “new year, new me.” It’s verging on cliché and has created a flurry of memes that mock it to a pulp.
Often we forget that each month, week and day bring an opportunity to start fresh to some capacity. So, #teamME took the opportunity to set one small goal for the upcoming month of fall foliage, OSU tailgating and fun-size candy bars. (Which, by the way, have you ever thought of how many fun-size candy bars one must eat before it’s no longer fun?) Without further ado, here is this week’s question:
What is one goal you would like to accomplish in the month of October?
Erin: To carve pumpkins, for the first time, with my two lil’ pumpkins. And then bake and eat all the yummy pumpkin seeds!
Marie: Get our new clients off to a strong, solid start.
Mark: Clean my desk!
Nick: I hope to create a standard project file structure for use in keeping ourselves organized.
Rachel: Discover new, innovative content ideas for social accounts and find a Halloween costume my dog will actually keep on.
Elizabeth: I would like to help the triplets make wise decisions about their college selection(s) for next year.
Stephanie: Procrastinate less.
Leah: Visit with family and friends in Circleville at the Pumpkin Show and eat as many pumpkin-flavored foods as possible.
Missi: To not eat all of the Halloween candy I bought before handing it out to the trick-or-treaters.
Colin: A goal that I’d like to accomplish this October is to rethink our organization of office supplies and how/when we order them.
Jeanna: For October, I would like to write my next day’s to-do list at 5pm each afternoon and host at least one dinner for friends – backyard bonfire included!
Angela: In October, I’d like to go to as many pumpkin patches possible, drink as much hot apple cider as I can and sign-up for a seminar aimed to advance my presentation and speaking skills.