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it is way too early for this level of sinus headache

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

I'm having a couch day. I think maybe just maybe I've earned a bit of a couch day after yesterday. Just a really busy and exhausting day.

that started really early so I could get to one of those business networking meetings at 7:00AM

This is the first time I've tried something like this. It's weekly so quite a bit of a time commitment but I like the group. It's also cheaper than something like BNI and they've been without a CPA for a few months.

Problem is, another CPA showed up the same day I did. I feel like I'm a better fit for the group that he is. I just get the feeling they like me better but hey if not, then I'll find another group since I get how this works now.

I had a meeting with my mentor yesterday afternoon and she was delighted that I had pried myself away from my virtual world and was interacting with other humans in person.

More to come on the group, but in the meantime I pushed the button on my first of the season tax return. I obsessed over every line of that thing, found something they can do next year to save money, then obsessed over every line of it again. I had the client sign off and honestly I don't have time to behave this way over every single return but that first one of the year is a bit like here goes.....

It's just nice to get that confirmation

anyone else giving up sugar for lent?

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    I've had significant sinus issues lately myself, complicated by both work *and* family stress! There's *never* a good time for that level of discomfort!
    38 days ago
  • LINDA!
    I could use the coffee add on's on some days.
    39 days ago
    love those coffee addins hugs
    39 days ago
    OHhhh, must say, for tax season, your coffee 'add-ins' look very appropriate! LOL

    39 days ago
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