Grade A Certified

Grade A: Happy Holidays!

Posted by Mr. Put On on December 27, 2009

As you can see, we’ve all been busy with the holidays, family, friends, and loved ones. That would account for the lack of posting here on Grade A. So I think I can speak for all of us here at Grade A Certified dot net in wishing you Happy Holidays. We hope that you all enjoy the time you spend with the people who surround you.

2010 is near, and I hope that you have all been thinking of ways to improve yourselves in the coming year. 2009 was rough for many of us, so there is a lot to look forward to in the new year. In keeping with the Grade A spirit, I ask that you not just make resolutions that you think sound good; but that you try to create new habits that will fetch you the results you want. Also, I urge  you not to wait until January 1, 2010 to begin– what’s wrong with now?

Keep these things in mind as you think about yourselves, reflect on the past year, and rejoice with family and friends. Expect a whole lot from Grade A in the coming year (details coming soon). Remember that Grade A is a mind state, a lifestyle, an attitude– aimed at the perfection of whatever it is you choose to engage in. Will you make the Grade? How do you plan to make that happen?

Happy Holidays,

Grade A Staff

Also, if your in the area for New Years, check us out in NYC at STIR lounge. Details are in the EVENTS section. This is ticket only, so don’t miss out by waiting until the last second. The $35 2 hour after midnight open bar is the best bet, knowing the party don’t start till after the ball drop. Cheers

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