Mark is a weekly Another71 Facebook blogger as he documents his journey through the CPA Exam.
I started studying for FAR. My previous blog gave some history (excuses) of why I have not been able to concentrate on studying (i.e., changing jobs multiple times, selling house, moving several times, medical issues, etc.).
I may have found a strategy that will work for me this time around.
Im going to go in to work early in the morning (Im a morning person) to study, study over lunch, study sporadically throughout the day and stay a little bit after hours to study. My plan (crossing fingers) is that I will not have to do any studying at home.
In my last post, I also mentioned that my wife doesnt support this path of studying for the CPA exam. So this time, I havent told her that Im studying again. She doesnt even know that I am doing this blog. So imagine studying for the CPA exam without telling your family that you are doing so!!!
My wifes neck issues (advanced degenerative disc disease) are reaching the breaking point. She met with a top-notch spine doctor last week who told her that she is way too young to have this kind of stuff happening to her neck and spine.
He normally doesnt suggest surgery, but in this case, he thinks it is the only thing left .and that he CANNOT guarantee that she will be pain-free afterwards.
Thats how ADDD works if you fuse part of the spine one day a domino effect happens, so that now a disc further down the spine is now the major pain, whereas before it wasnt. Basically, my wifes quality of life is starting to go down the crapper.
So the last thing she needs to hear right now is that he husband is going against her wishes and studying for the CPA exam again. So Im doing this studying with zero support. There is also a very good chance that I may be doing some studying before Thanksgiving in the waiting room at the hospital while my wife goes under the knife.