This afternoon after coming back from the gym I took a really long nap. After waking up from my nap I realized I was a little bored so I thought I would make my way into the kitchen to do some cooking as I enjoy it at times. As you all know, I have been on a very big lifestyle change as of lately and have really been watching what I eat and trying to make the right choices.
Last week for the first time after spending some time at the Gary Roberts High Performance Centre, I decided to visit Whole Foods Grocery store. Gary is big on pure organic and natural food. Lets just say one organic chicken breast from Beretta farms (a brand) costs $13 and my grocery bill was around $450 bucks for one week of food. First of all I never go to the grocery store as I have Grocery Gateway deliver my food but because of this new organic kick I’m on I decided to pay Whole Foods a visit. My grocery bills with grocery gateway are usually $175 for the week.
This afternoon while I was bored a light bulb went off in my head on my walk to the kitchen. At this point in time I am going to share with you the very first episode of Prakash’s Kitchen
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Now why the heck would I want to show you how to make egg salad on an entrepreneurs blog? Very simple answer. I have just shown you how I have created my own business known as Prakash’s Kitchen today. All I have to do now is go incorporate the company and have a website up and running. That whole process won’t take more than 45 minutes to an hour to complete.
Every single grocery I now purchase will be TAX FREE and a complete write off as it is for business purposes. A business needs to make money you ask. Simple I will put some advertisements on the video from Toronto Maid Service which is 100% legit cross promoting. Prakash’s Kitchen now has money coming in which it can use to go buy groceries tax free because it is a business. Too many people may not watch the show but hey, when you are starting to spend $400/$450 bucks on groceries in a week, you as a businessman become creative to save on that expense.
Who knows, maybe this business may take off someday :-) ….probably will have to upgrade the iPhone camera however ;)
Half the battle in business is saving your money and one of the biggest areas to save on is in the tax area. All you young entrepreneurs, start getting creative at a very young age so more of that money stays in your pocket and not the IRS or CRA’s.
Do you think I can write-off any new appliances I buy for the kitchen now as well? Heck I need them for my new online show.
(finished product of egg salad on a bed of spinach)