With Thanksgiving looming in the near future, we’re already drooling thinking of the turkey and biscuits and stuffing and … UGH! We just ate dinner already we’re hungry again.

But seriously, it’s hard not to be grateful when the upcoming holiday has the word “thanks” in it, clear as day. So in anticipation of Thanksgiving, we’ve decided to highlight some things we are especially grateful for in our marketing world. Give it a read and see how many things you’re grateful for too!

The Gratitude List


Can a girl get an amen on this one? Foreal, if this app isn’t a lifesaver, we don’t know what is. The number of times it’s saved our rear-ends is way too many to count. Which makes it a perfect choice for the first thing we are grateful for.

Don’t remember if it’s “i” before “e?” Grammarly does. Take the guesswork out of your day and download Grammarly.


An obvious, but often overlooked area, is the very thing we should be most grateful for! But seriously, where would we be without our clients? Well, in our case, we would be unemployed…

Our clients challenge us to improve, push us towards new goals, and teach us new things about ourselves every day. Here’s to our clients, may we gain them, may we befriend them, and may we never lose them!

MacBook Air

I’ll never forget my first MacBook. All shiny and new, I couldn’t stop touching it. There wasn’t a setting I hadn’t customized and there wasn’t a tutorial I hadn’t watched. Flashforward to cracking my MacBook’s screen on a flight (RIP!), I soon found myself with a brand new, baby MacBook Air.

You never forget your first love but you can’t live without your forever love. My Mac makes my job so easy. It’s ideal for creative and analytical tasks. But most importantly, I can get my iMessages on it too.


The first time I opened Excel, I was disappointed I couldn’t use Word. To me, Word and PowerPoint were sexy and Excel was the kid my mom forced me to go on playdates with. But now that I’m all grown-up, I’ve come a long way. Now I know that the coolest of them all is easily Excel.

Without Excel, I’d never know if my numbers were growing or shrinking. I’d never been able to scan a set of data and quickly interpret the meaning. All in all, my younger self was wrong; excel is where it’s at.

What are you most thankful for? What couldn’t you survive without? Do you agree with our list?

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Jaclyn is the latest addition to the Six Stories team and will use her business background to help with project management, content creation and social media marketing.

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