So far, I’m pushing through the exhaustion

Work has been keeping me pretty busy lately. That’s never a bad thing because anytime I can improve our financial status, it’s a good thing. I haven’t had much in the way of work this morning, which frankly is probably a good thing because I’m so tired.

I do have myself a new writing buddy. Ruby sleeps on my lap while I write and I’m not sure if that helping or hurting.. ☺

While it’s true that I want nothing more than to climb back into bed, I’m forcing myself to not only keep my activity level up but also workout as well.

I even using the laundry to help me reach my flights of steps for today. The more I push through this exhaustion, the more I’m going to find myself with energy. It’s not going to be a walk in the park but I feel pretty good, all things considered. I know I’m doing the right thing, it’s just going to take my body a bit to catchup.. ☺

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
0 0 votes
Article Rating

Join The Conversation

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

most voted
newest oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

So, on this subject. What kind of tax forms do you have to have for all of the stuff you review? I’ve been thinking of doing this, or trying to do this. But do you get a document from each company, do you keep track yourself and just use MSRP for each item? Is it counted as income or is it counted as a business expense? I really want some of the cool stuff you get sent 😆

Rob Gorski

Okay. So I don’t get paperwork or tax forms for these things. The research I did said to claim the fair market value on a 1099-misc.. It’s counted as income. I think it’s sorta along the lines of winnings. There’s no proof for anything but the Shark Ion Robot Vacuum is $400 at Best Buy, that’s the amount I claim.. Does that make sense?