I have just finished gathering and collating my papers for presentation to my tax accountant in the morning. It's hard work for me; I'm not a numbers person. I like words, as you might have guessed. The interesting thing for me was reliving 2016. The time was so packed that last spring seems longer ago than a mere year. It's another milestone. I used to wonder what I'd do without deadlines or milestones but they never seem to stop so neither do I.
I play another game you might be familiar with: what have you learned? What have you learned since you were 60 (older?)? What have you learned this week? What did you learn today? Oh dear. If I confess to you what I learned today, promise not to laugh. I finally learned the value of the program called MINT. I poked at it kind of half-heartedly over the last year, missing two or three months entirely. But today I found it useful to find transactions quickly. I promised myself that I would not fail to report to MINT regularly.
So that's good.