It’s about 1:40 am and I’m whipping out some work. My desk is overflowing with projects that rob me of my time. I just finished up some small photography jobs but I still have some bookkeeping to do. I had a bookkeeper but she quit on me and dropped me like a hot rock. So currently, I wearing that hat for a while. I believe I’ve found a new person to do the data entry part of the bookkeeping and I’ll be free again.
I wouldn’t mind if I could get rid of the deposit job as well and the bill paying. However, in this economy it is hard not to worry about cash flow and making sure the bills are all paid. Granted, I’m sure someone would pay my bills on time. My major concern is that I have the funds to actually pay my bills. During my busy fall and spring photography seasons, I don’t worry about the money coming in. It’s during the summer I am a bit stress. I don’t have a lot of photography jobs that pay quickly; most of the summer projects are family portraits and the sales cycle (and payday) is a longer process.
That cuts into the old cashflow!
Well, I’m headed off to bed. I’m off to West Seattle this morning, up to Ballard, and over to Green Lake before I head back to Burien and then finally Kent. No rest for the wicked…