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    Aww, thank you ladies for your responses!! It is great to know there are other mums out there who have gone through the same scenario & that I'm not alone. All the thinking was really starting to do my head in!

    Currently I would have to say I am the bread winner with things being slow in the business & I know if I got this new position it would be a higher pay, not too sure by how much, but by at least $10k so that would be benificial to the finances. And I know I could negotiate working maybe 3 full days in the office & then 2 from home as it is mostly dealing with clients in other parts of the country via email & phone. Plus I have told hubby that if this was to happen it would be a great oppurtunity for him start doing what he dreams of & to finally get out of the industry (as he would like a career change)

    We shall see how I go

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    I'm not too sure of how soon I would return to work - I suppose it depends on the company if their flexible with starting dates. I don't consider 5 months ''too soon'' but everyone is different.


 

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