I love stationery so much.
I was so excited when Aussie stationery haven Kikki K opened in London, right around the corner from Paperchase. Soooo lovely!
Stationery is the joy of opening a new notebook with a pristine clean page with the promises within.
It’s the bliss of new pens with ink flowing onto the page so smoothly.
It’s the crisp opening of the new year’s planner, our goals to be achieved about to be inked onto the page: a little commitment every time we pick up the pen.
And it’s all tax deductible, which is almost a reason to be in business in itself 😉
Today I’m sharing 3 ways to treat yourself with tax deductible stationery.
How To Use Tax Deductible Stationery To Treat Yourself
I was in sunny Turkey when I recorded this video so I hope if you’re watching this on a grey winter’s day it’ll help perk you up. It did for me while I was editing it 🙂
Are you a stationery loving business owner?
I help female entrepreneurs to get clear about their business finances so their creativity has time and space to flow. If you want to give some love to your biz finances, join me for the Self Care For Your Biz Finances Retreat on 25 January 2017 (it’s free).
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My tax return group coaching is a safe space to find accountability with like-minded business owners as well as receive support. Because we all need a haven of encouragement to do what we’re resisting so our creativity can flow freely.