I made it!

I managed to make it through Tax Season 2016, keep all of my freelancing clients happy, keep my family alive and my house standing, all while working 60 hours a week. I’d call that a success.


Posting here and pitching new writing jobs took a back seat, but now I’m back.

I managed to write quite a bit during the last three months, although a lot of it was ghostwriting for other CPA firms and an accounting staffing company. Here are few of the pieces I wrote recently:


My girl Cruz Santana from The Freelance Dance invited me to contribute three posts for Guyvorce during April.

Tax Advice for Procrastinating Divorcees

Seven Commonly Missed Tax Deductions

Who Should Pay for College After Divorce?

Parachute by Mapquest

I had to turn down a few assignments from Parachute due to lack of time, but some topics were just too fun to resist:

Take a ‘Pee-wee’s Big Adventure’ Inspired Road Trip

Scottsdale for (Dog) Lovers

How to Travel Like Beyonce


I’m still writing monthly for Forbes. Here are a few of my recent favorites:

How to Prepare Financially for Starting a Family

On International Women’s Day, Women CPAs Have Come Far But Have More Strides To Make

Want to Save Money Shopping Online? There’s An App For That

That’s just a few of the pieces I wrote in between preparing and reviewing eleven billion tax returns.

Photo credit: Brandon Fick via Flickr cc


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