After packing my husband off to work with corn beef sandwiches (he loves them) and adding ingredients to the bread maker to make ‘our daily bread’, I get around to starting the working day at 7am, as a self-employed transcriptionist.
Typing a Home Buyers Report and five valuation reports to start, during which, two further surveyors reports arrive, thankfully already typed up, from my trusty side kick who is also a self-employed transcriptionist and these just need checking. Still waiting in the wings from yesterday is a huge Building Survey Report but before I have chance to start this an urgent email arrives requesting the transferral of two CV’s onto a company CV template. This accomplished, as I start the Building Survey Report, I realise there is going to be no time for lunch and I munch on a foil pack of three cereal biscuits to keep the hunger pangs at bay until tea time.
As 5pm looms fast, I am about to skid across the finish line, when I hear the familiar thud of a ‘yellow folder’ landing on the floor from being pushed through the letter box. Luckily, the folder only houses one hand written letter today and after a quick call to the client, as I cannot decipher his hand writing, I leap out of my office to start cooking dinner just as my husband pulls up on the driveway. With a sigh of relief, I nod to myself, yes all in a day’s work of a self-employed transcriptionist.
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