Life is too short unless you spend it doing what you love
It's surprising how many business owners don't know if they are making money because either they don't understand their books or don't know how to ask the right questions. Let's start from the ground up to ensure your details are accurate and then create a workflow that seamlessly fits into your busy schedule.
With knowledge of your numbers, you will be able to see the big picture of how your business is performing so you can take action and watch your business thrive.
With a solid financial footing, I can help you find ways to save money and focus on what is really important, your bottom line.
Yes, I said it. Organizing your business and optimizing every dollar you spend will give you more free time. Of course you got into business because you love what you do, but having time off will not only make your life more enjoyable, but it will also help your business thrive even more. Ready to get started?
When I opened my bakery, I had a lot to learn. I knew how to bake, but knew nothing about running a business. A hired bookkeeper helped me keep track of my financials, but I still didn't understand basic reports. After many years of learning and perfecting systems to make my bakery both profitable and fun, I decided to learn more about small business financials in order to use my experience in the industry to help other business owners see the big picture. I am also a Quickbooks Online Certified Pro Advisor and am very good at helping people simplify their accounting workflow to save time and money.
I am a lifelong veteran of the food service industry who will always be obsessed with baking, cooking and sourcing the best ingredients. My favorite days are when all of my meals complement each other and to make a symphony of flavorful memories.
My connection to food would not be complete without getting closer to the source. My personality has always been to do things hands on, so when my husband and I moved from the city to a rural community it became the perfect opportunity to grow our own food, which I now want to share with our community. For the 2020 growing season, we are hard at work preparing our soil to plant the seeds for Spice Holler Farm. Stay tuned for more updates.