what’s on your mind?

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First, I’d like to start off by saying thank you so much for embracing Ashely’s new role as the MML Dream Reporter. I can tell by the response already that this is going to be big hit. I can’t wait to see where it leads in the months to come.

Whatcha thinking about?

I thought today might be a good time to get some help from you all. In order to make MML as helpful and valuable as possible, I’d love to answer any questions you have.

If there is anything you would like me to address regarding making under, simplifying, small business advice, Chicago, you name it, please leave a comment or email me at jess@jesslc.com. Depending on the quantity and scope of questions, I will either write you a personal response or post it here on MML.

And as always, thank you so much for reading and sharing MML!

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  1. Well, there are many, many things on my mind. I have to leave my job, as an accountant, soon as I am supremely unhappy there. I am working on a career as a business and editorial writer. I have one assignment that ends next month. I need to work on my Web site too & order new business cards. So, the things on my mind when I’m not at school, enjoying the learning process and reading dozens of novels (English Lit. Major) or at work dying a little each day, I’m busy planning or thinking of ways to really get my career going. I would absolutely love to write for magazines someday and well…that’s enough for now, I guess. Thanks for asking though. And I love Chi-town. I was born there. Ok…I’ll stop talking, now. Bye!

  2. Dee

    You’ve taken pictures of your apartment and chronicled your move from one home to another. I will be moving too in a few months, and I was wondering if you have any advice for the process and how to build a home from scratch (with an intention!), and with almost no budget. I just don’t know where/how to start!

  3. NEPD

    I am thinking about how i have so much more to give this world, specifically in improving child health – I have passion, creativity, smarts, and drive. I just don’t know how to realize these qualities.

  4. Nicole

    I’m currently in a situation where my current job may be non-existent in a month, and I’m wondering if it would be wise to just stay in the same field (which I’m only somewhat happy in) or try to pursue something that I really enjoy, yet have no real-world experience in (including the possibility of having to go to school). It’s good that I’m in a transition period, but not so good that I’m really not sure what to do about it. Oh, and I am the breadwinner right now, as my husband is currently starting his own business. Any advice?

    Also, one from my hubby…being an owner of a small business yourself, how do you find a good accountant that knows the small business stuff, but also won’t make you poor with consulting fees and such?

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