It's time for another update on my favorite series on the blog! 101 in 1001! If you don't know what it is, you can find the original post here. DAC Balance Goals: None yet. But, this reminds me to finish working through Well-Loved Brand! LydiaGMiller.com I've gotten really really close to loving the design on… Continue reading 101 in 1001 Update-Feb 2018
Last year, 2017, was the first full year of running my business for a full calendar year full time. I loved it. The highs, the lows, and all things in-between was truly a joy and a dream come true. I found quickly that there was more to it than just working every day and having… Continue reading Profit First!
Fellow Business-Owners. Let me remind you of something. YOU are still the owner. Why do I say this? Well, being a bookkeeper I get to work with lots of small businesses whose goal is to hire someone and completely forget about their bookkeeping. Now, my clients really are the best and they are responsible and… Continue reading YOU are still the owner
Warning: This Blog Post may be a little technical. 😉 Accounting Statements. Oh, the bane of most small business owner's existence and the source of anxiety for the rest. Today, I want to talk you through understanding your Statement of Cash Flow and understanding what's going on in your business. First, the most important thing… Continue reading Statement of Cash Flow
(This blog contains affiliate links. That means if you purchase Profit First from my link then I will make a small commission. Thank you for supporting my business!) Happy Monday! I hope that you are finding yourself in a productive mood today and are crushing allthethings today. One of the things that I love about… Continue reading Three Events to Put Money Aside For.
Have you ever asked yourself at the end of the month, where did all of my cash go? In small business especially, one of the top ways that businesses can fail is not managing cash properly and not keeping enough stashed away for a rainy day. I think I can help with this problem you… Continue reading Where did all my cash go?
This is our last day in the series Lessons I've Learned Working from Home! Today's tip or probably the most practical of them all. Check your home owners insurance or renters insurance. Most of the time, if you are running a business from home, you need separate insurance to cover those items in your home… Continue reading Working From Home, No. 10.
Day number 9!! We are almost done with this 10 part series and today's post is a fun one! I had all these plans that I would have my office cleaned, pictures taken, and somehow transformed into exactly what I wanted, but it is busy season and that's just not happening! Today's tip is to… Continue reading Working From Home, No. 9.
Today is tip no. 8 of this series! Today’s tip is probably obvious, but not always easy to do. Tip no. 8 is the stay off of social media when you’re working, not necessarily for your business! I know, you’re probably rolling your eyes. But, what I have found is that social media is great… Continue reading Working From Home, No. 8.
(This post contains affiliate links. That means if you purchase 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think by Laura Vanderkam from my link then I will make a small commission. This revenue helps me to continue to bring you free content. Thank you for supporting my business!) A few months ago, I wrote… Continue reading Working From Home, No. 7.