Happy 2015! It’s the new year, and TQS has big things in store. Some of them we can’t tell you about yet. Some of them we don’t even know about yet. The important thing is that we’re starting with ourselves. Like Michael Jackson suggests, we want to make the world a better place, so we’re taking a look at ourselves and making a change. Like Gandhi suggests, we are being the change we wish to see in the world. And like Miley Cyrus suggests, we are partying in the U.S.A. New Year’s Resolutions. What a concept. So what does TQS want to achieve this year? Well, everyone here made at least one resolution. Because I made them. I got them to make a resolution by promising anonymity. You are welcome to play a matching game, though, and give us your best guesses. There are nine of us. One of us wants to drink less coffee. Less than what? You tell me. One of us wants to complete Insanity and then go to Spain. I assume insanity is some kind of mental health rehab program. I don’t really know, though. One particular high-achiever here has big plans to learn how to ice skate. One of us is going to Rock in 2015. Music-wise. Not in that, “wow, you rock!” way that means someone thinks you’re great. One of us is going to throw away a couch. Then buy a new couch. And get his/her knives professionally sharpened. What’s the difference between resolutions and chores? A few of us want to be more active and get more exercise. Three of us, to be exact. Two of us want to eat better. Someone here wants to be nicer to his or her coworkers. I think everyone should have made that resolution. Someone here wants to participate in a national sidewalk chalk competition. Someone hopes to succeed at affixing his or her car registration to the windshield. That person also hopes to do more productive reading. He or she plans to drive with fuel efficiency in mind. The worse the better, probably. Finally, this person hopes to make better resolutions for 2016. No one’s arguing, buddy. One of us wants to spend more time in nature and less time with technology. The heart wants what it wants. Someone here wants to be a grown up, finally. We should really stop hiring children. They’re terrible at meeting deadlines and their keyboards are always sticky. It looks like 2015 is going to be a pretty busy year for all of us. I hope we can find some time to do super creative and memorable work in between those ice skating sessions and nature walks. Happy 2015, from all of us here. We can’t wait to see what this year has in store for everyone.
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