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The life of an adventurer is full of strife, terror, and mortal danger—and yet, we often pick this path for ourselves. The excitement of discoveries outweighs the dangers, and freedom of choice is worth risking our lives. However, it is always advisable for an adventurer to take necessary steps towards prolonging this desirable existence; steps such as learning how to use the environment to their advantage.
There have been things happening, and as I really didn’t have the time to blog over the last months, I struggle to even find a good place to pick up.
First of all, we did the big step: Double Proficiency is now a registered company, not just two freelancers trying to make a living. Wages, pension, insurance, all the jazz. For us, it makes a massive difference, and the tax office agrees. Also yay, accountants, which means I don’t have to worry about messing up the taxes.