Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million


On one hand: boring as dirt, tedious, frustrating and nail-biting. Why do they get SO MUCH of what I make?

On the other hand: interesting trends to be observed, and it's good to get a more macroscopic overview of what's up.

Sales were definitely down in 2007 from 2006, by almost 30% in rough figures. But that's still above sales of 2005, and considering 2006 was year 4 or 5 of doubling gross sales, it's not a big surprise. Also, I went back to work in August, which is a pretty serious dent in my order fulfillment and my drumming up business time.

Tomorrow, finish gross sales and inventory. I wonder how most folks count out-of-date calendars? They aren't really worth what they were anymore... they're not even really worth what I paid for them now.

Expenses will have to wait until I get a few more statements, so after that it's the jobses, freelance input and everything but business expenses.

Blah blah blah...

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