I’ve been doing a great job this week of getting lots of things done and getting overtime in to tackle this debt. I was really worried that her absence would make me despondent, but I still feel wrapped in her love from hundreds of miles away. I’ll use this time to focus on being even better at tackling debt and growing my business. When I’m with her, I can then just focus on exploring her new city with her and enjoying being near her without worrying about costs. (remind me of this when despondency rears its head)
I made it to the tailor who is fixing a suit for me. She estimates that it will be ready this weekend and I’m very excited to finally wear it. I scheduled my oral surgery; it still does not feel like the best time financially, but I would like to have a happier mouth and less pain.
I’m going to draft my taxes tomorrow so that I can talk to my accountant friend for a paid-review of the Schedule C I’ll prepare. I also need to prepare to pay my quarterly taxes for the first time since I paid myself from profits in December. I know that I have the money on hand because I have kept all profits I’ve paid myself in a sub-account. I don’t know what I’ll do with that money once I know what it is like paying self-employment taxes. Right now that money has the job of teaching me how much I’ll bring home depending on the number of clients I have. It’s a good lesson.
My skill-building classes return again next week. I’m really excited. I love the class and the teacher, and it is free. I intended to finish a book on the subject during the 2.5 months we did not have class, but I did not make the time with how much happened in my world.
We also can’t seem to keep a fourth contractor on this project. The most recent hire did not make it a month. No one has explained his absence to us; he’s just not there. It’s a very strange work environment. I hope he found a permanent job somewhere. He was nice and diligent.
This week’s net worth numbers
What do you like to have on hand for post-surgery self-care?