Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian blog readers. To my American readers, I will hopefully be celebrating your Thanksgiving along 7th Avenue in New York City.
This year I have a lot to be thankful for. I met a very special young lady who is everything to me. She is someone I see spending many more Thanksgivings with. This year I went to her parents house for Thanksgiving and was even sent home with not one, but two containers of leftovers.
I am thankful for my health. This year I lost a number of pounds and have been able to keep them off. As a result of the weight loss, I have been able to keep my blood sugar levels pretty even. I just wished it would do something to help me grow my hair. Well, we can’t have everything, so I will just have to keep it looking even up there by shaving it off.
I am thankful for the fact that I have gotten to do a lot more photography work and had a chance to work with some amazing people. Even some of my peers have started to notice and comment on my work. I am even hoping to have a public gallery showing of some of my work in the New Year.
I am thankful that my web development and IT business is also doing well, despite times still being tough. One reason for this has been my ability to keep my overhead down by having my office space Toronto. By only having to pay for the copies and printing I use, I have saved money on leasing a photocopier. Also having two modern kitchens with complimentary coffee and tea has saved my money by not having to go to a coffee shop every day. Oh, and the kitchens have microwave ovens to heat up my lunch, including the leftovers that I will be taking with me this week.
Actually, the topic of my office space for lease Toronto came up as a topic at the Thanksgiving dinner when I was asked where I work. I said that I had a downtown Toronto office space at One Yonge Street. The person who asked me seemed to be impressed by the prestigious business address. After Dinner they asked me if I knew of any temporary office space in the building for small team of people to work. I told them that Telsec offers Toronto team space for teams of 3 to 30 people.