We love what we do, and we love hearing that you love it too! ❤️ Amanda met with Diana for a 1 on 1 'Small Biz Intro to Tax' session recently. Amanda left with a mind full of new knowledge and confidence in what she learnt for her small business, and she started implementing what she learnt straight away. Score! 💯 When we meet with new business owners we tell them all they need to know and come up with an action plan for what they need to be doing to follow the tax law. We don't tell you information that does not apply to you, only relevant information as we understand that tax can be intimidating to some and it can be overwhelming to receive so much new information at once that doesn't really make sense to your business. We keep it precise and about you! ✊😚 #taxtime#taxreturn#businesstax#taxprep#taxlodgement#taxrefund#taxaccountant#taxpreneur#ato#stocktake#lmbdw#businesschicks#womeninbusiness#fempreneur#mumpreneur#mumswithhustle#girlbossesau
We’ve reduced some items (by up to 50%!!) to make space for a new season of Vaughan Baker - Spring has us cleaning and clearing to make way for fresh ideas and new work.
Have a look on the site, link in the bio for a selection of our goods at up to 50% off.
Stocktake is in a couple of weeks and there are some important things you should know:
We will be closed over the school holidays to allow us to stocktake our construction and imaginative play toys.
As such all toys in these categories (C01, C02, E3 and E1) must be returned by Saturday 22nd of September for stocktake. In line with our membership rules toys not returned for stocktake incur a fine of $10 per toy.
You are welcome to borrow toys from other categories to have over the holidays.
Our last borrowing session for this term is Saturday 22nd September. We will be open again for regular borrowing in term 4.
Some of our old stock is ready to go out the door! Current availability:
⇢ 1 x large ‘Vanilla’ with timber lid - $20
⇢ 3 x large ‘Black Raspberry’ with no lid and minor imperfections in wax - $15
⇢ 1x medium ‘Black Raspberry’ with no lid - $10
More coming soon so keep an eye out! We will also be having a giveaway so make sure to turn on post notifications so you don’t miss out 👌🏼
Remember the good old days darklings, when a dark moon was your monthly opportunity to declutter, take stock and prepare optimistically for new and pretty things? Back before we skidded into our beloved black hole moon dripping in entrails with sticks in our crazy hair and scorch marks all over us. Way back when before dark moons were tangled up in eclipsia and retrogrades and told the tale of yet another plummeting pirouette into the shadowlands.
We have not had a dark moon free from all that since June. No really. June. Most errything has shaken and shifted since then. This is the final note of that maddening, sometimes saddening, always shuddering eclipse season. The one that encapsulated Mars and Mercury's distinct retrogrades, as we rewove our relationship to anger and passion and fine tuned our truthful communication of it. As we bore the weight of Saturn's existential grinding to find and fill the cracks. As we clung to the eclipse rollercoaster debating whether it was in fact an easier option to allow ourselves to be flung from the carriage.
This dark moon is built on crafting uncommon sense of that entire mad season. It has been a war of attrition and a stretch of unrelenting change. We may be exhausted and bereft but we are yet lighter and more free than when we began. Even if ground zero is a desolate landscape right now, it is from here you will plant beanstalks and conjure castles that climb to the clouds.
But not yet. First it is time to tie a blood red bow on the box marked Mid 2018 and find a place for it in your cupboard. Somewhere near the skeletons, but in easier reach.
Often we need to look back to move forwards. To check what is fading in the rearview mirror before we put our foot down and eye the road ahead. Beware of Neptune kicking you in the nostalgias this weekend as you do. Sharp eyed observation and delusion do not mix.
Look instead to what you have learned. Grieve what you have lost. Untangle what still needs to be let go. Scrawl a lot. Cry more buckets. Breathe deeper. Forgive without forgetting what you were shown. Make space for the shimmering new.
The blessed new moon is near now and her promise is built in this darkness.