I wish you a merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2018. May your holidays be filled with joy, togetherness, celebrations and fulfillment. May your new year be filled with hope, energy and awesomeness.
I want to tell you how thankful I am for all your support in this year. Each time you click, visit, read, comment, share, view, listen, purchase, subscribe, follow, question, discuss or email, my heart is filled with gratitude and happiness. Thank you for all the love and support. 2017 has been another amazing year in Chandoo.org journey and I owe this to you.
About this year’s holiday card
This is taken at Castlepoint light house, near west coast of Wairarapa in New Zealand. It was a splendid day to hike, enjoy by the beach and watch some hot air balloons float by. You are looking at me, Jo (wife), Nakshatra (daughter) and Nishanth (son).
Holiday schedule of Chandoo.org
Right now, we are all in India, enjoying first vacation since moving to NZ. So, I won’t be logging in to post anything until first week of January. Enjoy your holidays and I will say hello to you in January 2018.
Our Excel forum will be up and running during the holiday season. That said, I would not expect quick help for any problems as most of our regular members would be away on holiday break. You have higher chance of getting rand() = rand() than finding someone answering your Excel questions immediately.
Our online store will be open. Any purchase you make for training programs, templates or eBooks will be delivered as promised. If you join our course on Christmas eve or day or on new year day, please expect to receive your password by the end of next working day. If you have any support query, please expect to hear a resolution by 8th of January.
If you are sending me an email, please expect a reply only after 9th of Jan. If you have something urgent to say, you can call me (find my number on the site).
On behalf of my family, our staff, volunteers and well wishers, let me wish you a very pleasant holiday season and an awesome start to 2018.
PS: Here is some holiday fun – Christmas card & snow flakes made in Excel.
7 Responses to “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018 [Holiday Card]”
Merry Christmas to you all! Safe travels and thank you for all your help this year!
Belated Christmas Wishes
Merry christmas and Happy new year
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