• Review

    Cat poo coffee! A gourmet delicacy!

    For a lot of us, coffee is the morning fuel we need to keep us going for the rest of the day!! And as an avid coffee lover, when I find a coffee that has that perfect balance of rich and creamy, bitter, goodness it takes me to a place close to heaven! Yes, I am a coffee snob, my father-in-law doesn’t even offer me an instant anymore, having been rejected so many times over the years! So I thought I’d share my experience with you about Kopi Luwak also known as Cat Poo coffee from our recent trip to Bali!! Eeeeeeeeeekk What is Kopi Luwak? A cat isn’t actually…

  • Earn from home

    How can I work from home and make money?

    If you are asking how you can work from home and make money?! It’s a great question to be asking!! With the current unpredictably of the economic climate, and increased competition due to population growth in the physical workforce, a lot of people are starting to ask the same question? So we are going to look at a couple of options out there that will help you earn a bit of extra income, and all you will need is your own laptop! So whether you’re a stay at home mum, part time or work full time worker, the following provides you with a couple of strategies you can consider that may…

  • Review

    Grand Mirage Bali – An honest review!

    This was our first of potentially many trips to Bali, and we had a fantastic time! I’ve travelled to various countries embracing the experiences travelling brings, bed bugs in Venice, an excruciating Brazilian wax in Barcelona, and had my passport stolen in Dublin. My standards are pretty……….low, and I am genuinely happy to go with the flow. So let’s see how the Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso Spa – Bali went! All In option: Initially we were pretty excited to be staying at the Grand Mirage as they offer an All Inclusive option on top the standard room rate, which would include all food and beverage as well as extra…

  • Small Business

    Small business tax advice– Gearing up for tax time.

    As accountants celebrate the arrival of busy season, 30 June for most small business owners is a time of dread. They may realise they haven’t put enough time and effort into their bookkeeping throughout the year, and then like cramming for an exam try to rush through to get that pass from the ATO. Others would rather have dinner at the in-laws then set aside a couple of hours to fulfill their tax obligations. But most agree if it’s a choice between sitting in traffic for hours or doing your tax. Tax time wins hands down. So here is some small business tax advice and points, that will help clarify…