Getting personal again
7 Things For Accountants To Do After Busy Season
It's been awhile since I’ve posted my personal stories on the Lifestyle Accountant blog.
I've greatly missed writing about my personal journey and connecting with readers on that level.
Been focused building up a job board, that I haven't really stopped to write about the "why" behind it - but I'm going to do so starting now.
Ready To Change Up Your Boring Accounting Job?
With another busy season about to be wrapped up, you can finally catch up on all of the things you put off for the last several months. Spend some time out of the office, relax, take a break and reassess your life in general. The accounting profession can be stressful at times and demand a lot of your time and the craziness that is busy season can knock your daily life out of balance.
Interview on The Entrepreneur House Podcast
Feeling like a boring number cruncher or your accounting career is in a rut? It might be time to change up your boring accounting job. Here are some things for accountants looking for alternatives...
8 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Boring Accounting Job
I recently had the pleasure of joining Chris Reynolds, Founder of The Entrepreneur House, on his podcast. We talked about several steps accountants can take to work remotely and gain back control of their lives.
Interview on Abacus Podcast: How to Quit Your Job and Travel the World
Here are some tips for improving your boring accounting job.
6 Major Areas Of My Life I Simplified To Gain More Freedom
Bob the CPA recently invited me as a guest on his Abacus Podcast series. We talked about my experience working remotely, taking mini-retirements, and escaping the 9-to-5 grind.
I can’t remember at what age I started buying into the whole "bigger is better" philosophy and that acquiring more stuff was somehow the ultimate goal in life. Within the last couple years, but more recently that last several months, I’ve been focusing on simplifying major areas of my life to achieve more freedom to pursue things that are more important to me.