In Canada, our taxes have to be filed by April 30. Well, I'm actually on-track and will not be late. All that's left is to print out the 12-month spreadsheet and transfer the relevant numbers into the document I send my accountant. I'm self-employed but not incorporated, so I send him the data (all 30 or so columns' worth) and he crunches the numbers. I'm hoping for a little refund this year, due to some personal, one-time expenses in 2008 that were thankfully tax-deductible.
I've just been surfing a few weight-loss sites, drinking in the wisdom and skipping over the ones that concentrate on points, being "good" or "bad" (i.e. I ate three carrot sticks vs. I ate salsa and chips), and how many calories the writers ran, biked or weight-trained-off.
Now, I'm hungry as heck, though it's only 11:20 a.m. Truth be told, I like to eat all my meals early, which sort of screws up having supper with the family at 6:30 p.m. Yesterday, I noshed (healthy, but noshed nevertheless) through supper preparation, so I had quite a light supper in the end. I've really got to go and have lunch very soon, before I eat this computer!
Here are the objects of my procrastination: finishing a small translation that's due on Thursday, taking a walk and doing some yoga. So now, off to lunch, then I should take a walk, do my translation, do some yoga and get supper ready.
How much am I actually going to do? Placing bets, anyone?
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