This picture hubby took inspired me to put this short piece up. Instead of staying grounded, Why not take that leap of faith? Afterall what do you have to lose? The critics would say why jump when you are certain to land back on the ground. And I say if there is nothing to lose … More Leap of faith!
I woke up this morning with the intention to post something on work-life balance. That however changed as I sat in the kids room with the two big blue bags of washed clothing from the previous week staring me in the face. A silent reminder that they had to be folded before the next batch … More 4 hassles of a “vertically challenged” driver
For our 4th anniversary we decided to take a trip to Keta and lodged at the Aborigines Beach Resort (will post a review of the place in another post), as part of the road trip we made a stop at Fort Prinzenstein (it’s a mouthful I know, I had to google to get the right … More My visit to Fort Prinzenstein
“Why did cash and cash equivalents increase or decrease?” Most of us are familiar with this question. Usually asked by an audit manager or partner. First thought that comes to mind, “if the client (had a whole year to figure this out) can’t even tell me the cause how am I (have a few weeks) … More Audit analytics: Cash and cash equivalents
July, one of My special “Js” is my best month because it’s the month of my birth and wedding among other factors. And also by way of information, it’s my birthday today (let the well wishes flow). Before you start requesting for your cake and party please read this post and you might possibly have a change … More Birthday wahala and an itsy-bitsy dose of egocentricity