All this week I was turning up at work in my jogging bottoms, T shirt and trainers- not a good look! With my 10 lbs weight gain my smart work wear does not feel comfortable. My waist adaptable joggers were heaven!
Sole Practitioner's blog
This blog is about all matters business and personal of a sole practitioner. I have a practice with one member of staff.
I often reflect on whether it is has been worthwhile studying for MBA. My opinion is a resounding no.
Forgive me, Readers, for I have sinned. It has been 154 days since my last confession (02/07) on my weight loss journey. Today I finally got on the wii fit and weighed myself. Oh hell!
My first week of trying to keep a timesheet has not gone well. I tend to move from one thing to another and I did not keep a record of time I started and finished one task and moved to another.
Whilst I have been working away over the past few days the thought that has been on my mind for some time kept coming up –why is it some accountancy practices are expanding at such a rapid rate? They face the same problems as I do, yet they have expanded their business. What is it about them?
I am sure I am not the only one who procrastinates on things on their to do list both on work front and personal life front. I must be the world biggest procrastinator.
Through my experience up to middle aged years now I have come to the firm conclusion that you do not get very far by being nice. I have tried not to be nice but I fail miserably.
It has been a long time since my last blog posting on my weight loss journey. It is not that I was embarrassed in any sense about my lack of recent progress. I just was not in the right frame of mind for Accounting Web posting.
It has been a long time since my last blog post. So much has happened to me mentally over the past few weeks. I have been thinking, evaluating and trying to work out the meaning of my life. Big questions. I think this can be called a midlife crisis. For me it is a big one.