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App of the Week Pocket Expense

Its Friday and you know what that means where back to give you a new App of the Week(end). WE like to give you a great app for you to download and use all weekend into the following week. This week I would like to introduce Pocket Expense App. This app is for IOS, they did have a Android version not sure what if they removed it.

This is app is free however it does comes with advertisements to remove the ads you have to purchase the app for $5 is money well spent.  If your like me and you have a business and you like to keep track of your spending and receipts this is your app. Also, if you’re like me and you have a family you know creating a budget and monitoring your cash flow in and out is very important.  This app is great i use it daily, and it also sync with iPad and iPhone. So you are able to keep track on both devices while only having to input data in one its amazing and a time saver.

The reason I love this app is because I can create monthly reoccurring events such as bill payments and direct deposits. So I am always aware of  whats coming in and out. The reports are great as well you can export those in CSV format which is very helpful.  Another feature you will find is a pie graph chart. The chart is amazing it groups and catagorise your spending so you can get a overview of where your money is going. I am telling you will love this app from the time you download it.  Link to download the app is below.

Itunes Link –  Pocket Expense Personal Finance – Account Tracker … – iTunes – Apple Currently has a 4 star rating.


Developers website if you have any more questions or concerns.





Lateness CPT Time

I really wanted to touch on this topic. Its very important for business owners and clients/customers to understand lateness is not ok. I know black people have the reputation of always being late hence the phrase, “CPT” (Color People Time). However, thats just not going to fly anymore. Time is the most precious gift we have on this earth and for you to waste someone else is dead wrong. Your client is vital for your business success so making them feel important and treating them with respect is so important.

Working as many events as I have I seen it all. From late Djs, Bakers, Musician, Ceremony officials, Wedding party members, Videographer, Caters and Guest of honor. Treat the event as your own and try to arrive on early. Its ok to be early or on time. I never got where being late is cool and acceptable. I know you want to arrive fashinonalby late but that doesn’t apply to vendors.

I been a event photographer for over 9 years so I pride myself on being on time. You know the old phrase, “If your on time your late and if your early your on time.”  From initial consultation to the event date I want to make sure I arrive early. I don’t like to take that chance and end up running late for someones special date.  Things happen like flat tires, accidents, traffic jams, etc just giving yourself more time to get to your destination goes a long way.


Tips for Business Owners

  • Charge fees for late or missed appointments.
  • Prepare for your client event in advance if possible don’t wait for the last minute.
  • Get directions to your destination, look for alternate routes.
  • Communicate with your client(s) about arrival times.
  • Invest in some sort of roadside service for those dead batteries, flat tires, etc…
  • Create alarms and timers on your phone.
  • Make it a priority to arrive on time.

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