How many of you dread that end of the year thing where you are scrambling around trying to corral all the papers you need to file your taxes? Wow! That’s too many of you! When my Hubby retired from the State Police a few years ago, we started up a small construction/rental company, and you guessed it – as much as I ADHORE numbers, I became a make-shift accountant. My life has become my biggest…"That pesky end-of-the-year Tax Stuff Organization"
Yes – for me. Financial Freedom and Management can be easy. It takes discipline – more for some than others, but financial management and independence can be yours if it is something you truly desire. I am someone who pays the savings account first – and that’s the secret. You may be thinking – yeah, right! How can I do that when I owe so much on the credit card. Therein lies the secret. You…"Financial Freedom – Is it important?"
Is that a catchy title that makes you want to read this post? No. I guess not. But, in my defense, my brain is a little fried from doing the number thing all day. My business computer crashed a couple of weeks ago and spent some time visiting the Geek Squad. While it was having a vacation, I was having to pay bills and conjure up make-shift invoices. Now, the computer is back, safe and…"Time Management Follow-up"
It’s Tuesday. Welcome to a Little Southern Comfort here on My Life. Just so happens today is also my birthday. I found myself wishing it didn’t fall on this day because I write my column on Tuesdays. While most people enjoy celebrating their birthdays, I do not. It has nothing to do with age. I am now 56 years old. See – no problem. My not celebrating my birthday has to do with life. If…"It's all about life – Tuesdays with Donna, A Little Southern Comfort"