Category Archives: Accounting

A Big Change

It has been a while since my last post. This is because big changes have been afoot. I have a job! It has been something I have been aiming for for a while, but once I had finished my AAT … Continue reading

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This Week I Have Mostly Been Crushing Candies

A couple of weeks ago, I finished my accounting project. I worked hard on my project, and when I handed it in it was a great heavy weight off my shoulders. It was the last ┬ápart of my AAT qualification, … Continue reading

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Excuses, Excuses

I have been busy. No, honestly, that means busy even for me. I am doing NaNoWriMo. For those of you who haven’t heard of it, that means I’m writing a novel. In a month. I have so far only reached … Continue reading

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Planning Ahead

What. A. Day. I had an exam today. Knowing how much I hate driving, Mr PC drove me into Worcester to sit it. The idea was that I would have as stress free a morning as possible. Well, that went … Continue reading

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Mums Should Go Back To Work. Discuss.

So the government has said that mothers should go back to work to help the ailing economy. If every mother who wanted to was in a job, the economy would be something like ten percent bigger than it is, and … Continue reading

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Year End

Well, here it is. Another one over. So, what have I done? Firstly, we moved house. That was a biggy. If you want to do something time consuming and expensive, moving house fits the bill. I knitted six pairs of … Continue reading

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Weekly Round Up

This week: 1. Shoe boxes made it to school for Operation Christmas Child (only remembered this morning because I had forgotten my hat and had to go back in the house for it, thus spotting the shoe boxes). 2. Children … Continue reading

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