Well, getting super close to getting my new venture off the ground. Spoke with my insurance agent today and will be recieving quotes for general liability insurance. He gave me ballpark prices and I was blown away at how cheap GL is for lawn maintenance, not nearly as expensive as I would have thought. Need to get down and get a business license and get settled in with the state. Then I need to setup QuickBooks to handle my accounting. Step after step, I'm getting closer and closer. Should be cutting grass within a week or two, we'll see what the weather does. Getting pretty pumped for the season and finally get back to some sort of self employment! I will keep my 25 hour a week job until I can completely support myself with the business, which may take a good year or so, but I make double my expenses a month working in a restaurant, it's a real easy way to make sure I cover business expenses until the mowing can support itself.