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Thurs. July 13, 2017: Writing Despite Building Stress

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Waning Moon
Saturn Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Rainy and muggy

Got a lot done yesterday. Worked on the YA story for the sick teen, spent a lot of time working on the article — thanks to all the sources who got back to me so fast! 409 more words

Tues. July 11, 2017: More Freelancing Than Fiction

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Waning Moon
Saturn Retrograde
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Rainy, hot, humid

Hop on over to A Biblio Paradise, where Colin Galbraith talks about his latest release, GATECRASH. 732 more words

Followed By the Pound Key

So I was brushing my teeth before leaving home to go work out. I had it all perfectly timed: I would get more than an hour and a half on the treadmill at the YMCA before having to pick up R nearby. 744 more words

Consumption

We can’t pay you until we get paid…

It’s unfortunate but the more people you work with and do business with, the more problems you’ll face.

One of the biggest challenges a start-up faces is CASHFLOW, small businesses need good credit control… cash is king! 477 more words

VIRTUAL ASSISTANT

Late Payments

The FSB’s 2011 Survey reported that 73% of small businesses had been paid late in the previous year. Read more…

The British Chamber of Commerce 2012 survey found that 34% of respondents said that businesses with more than 50 employees were most likely to pay late. 218 more words

Crimson Crab

Myths of Credit Control

We’re thrilled to introduce local credit control and debt recovery expert Dominique Sherhod, of Practitioners Orbit. Dominique is keen to bust some common myths about credit control, as outsourcing credit control is a fairly new concept which many business owners do not consider, but perhaps should.   735 more words

Local Business

Princeton School District owed more than $700,000 from Illinois

PRINCETON, Illinois – School leaders in Princeton say they’re waiting for money from the state. The district is owed more than $700,000.

It’s been six months since Princeton has seen money from Illinois for teacher salaries, transportation, even special education. 149 more words

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