I am smiling
I have had a productive day, no not in PP, and got some things off my back and my non-existent to-do-list too.
I managed to get two of my web sites up and running again. The sites themselves were not down but I had been unable to update them since my old computer crashed during the summer because I (a) didn't have the basic information and (b) had forgotten the passwords for getting into the sites. I managed to find the basic material for the sites and saved it to Dropbox. One of the sites I got updated but couldn't upload and didn't know why. The other one, I had to find the photographs and the password and file transfer protocol (FTP) information. The local community centre sent me the weekly program on Monday and this prompted me to get these sites updated. The first one, I found that I had named the folder wrongly! That was a quick fix. The other one took longer because I was working in CPanel and I find that more difficult but finally got it done. Unfortunately some of my photographs "disappeared" during the upload, so I have to find those again (I have saved them all in Dropbox now) but hopefully that should not take too long and as I have the upload information now, once I find them, that will be that one sorted.
No, not on my work but for my company. I opened a company last year. It was easy to start one but now that it has gone for a year, the difficult stuff starts. "They" kept telling me my annual report was overdue. I thought it was the accounts but then the letters told me the accounts didn't have to be in for 9 months but the annual report had to be in in one month after the end of the financial year. Finally, they gave me a web link that explained it. THEN I found that it would cost me £40 ($60) to send in a paper report and only £13 ($20) to file on line. BUT you need a special authorisation code that has to be sent by post. It arrived today and I got them submitted (it was easy!) and paid through PayPal. That was a BIG worry off my shoulders. By the way, in case you are wondering, my company LOST money last year, so I don't owe the government anything. I still have to submit accounts but I have them mostly done.
Still To Do
Find those photos! Decide whether to cash out at $20. I asked for ideas and the overwhelming advice was to cash out and take the money. I think I will take CoralLevang 's idea and possibly also AliCanary 's and go a little over the $20, so I am not starting from zero again.
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