Have you ever noticed…how folks are so intense in January? I’m no exception to this rule. All the “resolutions” to eat healthier, go on a diet, join a gym, read more, go to church more, appreciate wine…you strive to get it all done. You “go with gusto” to accomplish these tasks you’ve set out for yourself.
Whatever your “resolution” is/was, now that it’s February, do you find that things are slowing down? Does it make you depressed because you haven’t been able to keep up now that it’s February? Or maybe you’ve had enough. Your resolution was too lofty, or not easily attainable.
I started a business in January. I sent the emails, made the phone calls, asked the questions I needed to ask to get it done. All the paperwork is in order. Now that it’s done and I’ve launched it, are all those folks that were “waiting in the wings” breaking down my door or overloading my phone with voice mails? Hardly…
Am I giving up? Well, first of all, it’s too soon. Second of all, I don’t give up that easy. And third of all, now that it’s February, I have to push even harder to get the job done. And I’m up for the task.
Here are the benefits of having a wine tasting in your home:– it doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside because I come to you – we can do this in your living room, your dining room, your den, your basement, your patio…you get the picture – you choose the package – you can invite whomever you like – you could be in your jammies or a tuxedo – you get to keep the wine I bring – you can ask any question you want, because there ARE no stupid questions – you come away with a little, or a lot of knowledge about wine
So how about it? Now that it’s February…don’t you think having a home tasting would be both fun AND informative? Why not give it a try? You have nothing to lose, and absolutely everything to gain. Why not send me an email?
Check out the “Tasting Packages” tab to get started! Cheers!