Hello folks. It will all go away after 31 January. Of course, I am talking about the tax returns season and all the headaches it brings. They are many of these. I know I am not unique in facing January blues. Continue reading “My Week: Are we there yet?”
Hello folks. What a start to January. Days are short and grey. I need the sun. I want to run away to a place where there is summer.
Tax! Tax! Tax!
Yup. Tax returns season is in full swing. It is not any different to previous years. Stressful and I want January to end tomorrow. Continue reading “My Week: January Blues”
You may be one of many full of hope entering 2019. I am sure, it was the same when you entered 2018.
Did anything really change for you in 2018?
From tomorrow, like they are every year, they will be articles on how to make the year better. Better you in 2019. Richer, sexier and a go-getter you. Continue reading “2019: Same old same old”
Hello folks, this is the second of My Year: 2018 blog. As I mentioned in the first My Year: 2018, it will have an autobiographical bent.
I was in two minds about blog two. On reflection, I am going for it. Continue reading “My Year: 2018 (2 of 2)”
Hello folks. I think you know by now that it is the time of the year when I reflect on how my year has gone.
My last My Week post on 23 August 2018. I will try and recall what happened between September to today in the next blog.
This is the first of two My Year blogs. The second blog will have an autobiographical bent. Please allow for a list of events approach in this blog. Continue reading “My Year: 2018 (1 of 2)”
Hello folks. Once again, in the main, it was a client stress-free week. I think this will be the case until the new school term starts. Then, it will be more cars on the road, an increase in the number of client emails and let’s not forget changing the clocks to put the nation in a state of depression. Continue reading “My Week: Employee mistakes”
Hello folks. I think our beautiful summer is over. I am okay with this. It is still good cycling weather when combined with the BBC weather app on my smartphone. It beats facebook and twitter, in that it gives me useful information on which I base my daily decisions. Continue reading “My Week: Timeout”