My sister and I get on. She is a year older than I am. She is a really bright and an incredibly hard working person.
Sole Practitioner's blog
This blog is intended to reflect the highs and lows that I face day to day working as a sole practitioner.
I tend to blog regularly. I don't know why, but there is a strong need in me to blog my every day experience. I have no idea how long this will last.
All I can say is It helps me to put my thoughts, feelings and views on a blog. When writing I am not too concerned about spelling, grammar or even how I come across. I feel that if I worry about these areas, the subject matter I want to put across will not reflect how I am thinking and feeling at the time.
My blogs reflect the type of person I am. That is the nature of blogging. It is meant to reflect views and thoughts of the blogger.
I will not be to everyone's tastes. Thankfully AW has a good variety of bloggers. This means there are more than likely to be blogs more in keeping with your taste.
I am humbled by the fact that my blog is actually read! Not only this but some readers go as far as commenting.
Thank you for reading my blogs and commenting. I really do appreciate it.
I really missed my second monitor yesterday. It just shut down on me. I tried everything, nothing worked.
At the moment my work load is heavy. The two VAT enquires are time consuming. It requires going over previous accountant's work.
I also have a PAYE enquiry, that I have not even started looking at. In addition, I have some statutory accounts to file and VAT returns to complete.
The number of commercial blogs on AW is on the up. I would not mind this, if the content of these blogs went beyond promoting whatever that is being flogged.
I really wanted to attend Accountex event today. I did not since I wanted to catch up with work. I ended up not doing a single thing in the office today.
Following on from my last blog post on the client I lost, I now know who the client has chosen as their next accountant.
Whilst working away on a lovely sunny day yesterday, I was not happy to receive an email from a freelancer client saying that he is moving on.
I had the last couple days off work. I am back in the office this morning refreshed and a little over whelmed on work that I need to do.
According the recent figures from The Office of National Statistics (a highly reliable source) being married is 20 times more important to a person's well-being than their earnings, and 13 times more important than owning a home. Meaning to be happier you need be married.
We will soon be entering June - a half way mark to the end of 2013. Yikes!
It is shocking how time is just flying by. Where have the past 5 months gone! What have I have done to achieve my goals? Are things better than last year?