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    DH works for himself and it can vary depending on how busy he is.

    Generally though he leaves at 6:30am so he's in the office by 7ish and comes home as close to 5 as he can. If he is busy he will start work again at home around 7:30. He tries v hard to always come home, even if he has to keep working.

    It's rare he doesn't work at least a few hours on the weekend as well.

    Whenever he can though he escapes early - he figures he should make the most of it when he can to make up for the days when he works through until 2-3am.

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    school term its mon/tues 5-8pm wed/thurs 830-4, school holidays 1hr per day, whenever he gets there. very slack haha

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    It varies, depending on workload & such but generally he works 10-13 hours a day with 1hr to 30hr travel time depending on traffic.

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    DH leaves home around 6.40am (10 minute trip to work) then is usually home by 7 sometimes 7.30 Monday to Friday.

    This is about to change to 7 on 7 off but he will likely work 2/3 of those days during the 7 off.

    They are loooooong days on your own with 2 kids but the money is good so I can't complain too much!

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    Ok, going to make a conscious effort not to moan at dh for a while re his hours.

    He does a fortnightly roster of (plus 45 mins travel each way)

    Mon 8.30-8
    Tue, wed, thur 8.30-5
    Fri 11-8
    Sat 9-7
    Sun, mon off
    Tue, wed 11-8
    Thur 10-8
    Fri 8.30-3
    Sat sun off

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    H leaves home at 7.30 am and gets home around 7-8 pm each night. Plus he travels overseas once a month for a week or less sometimes more.

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    DP leaves home by 4:40am till 2:45pm & gets home about 4:50pm 5days a week & 4:40am till 12:00pm & gets home about 1:30pm Saturday (if he works)

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    DF works shifts so really his hours are any time of day or night, and any day of the week.
    The past few weeks he has predominantly been working 5am - 3pm or 5am - 5pm. Leaving home at 4am and getting home at 4pm or 6pm.
    Now he is going to night shifts again so 3pm-1am or 3pm-3am or 5pm-5am, leaving an hour before shift starts and arriving home an hour after shift ends.
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    7-3 Monday to Friday. He is a manager and can choose his hours.

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    DH has his own business so normal weeks would be M to F 5:00am till 7/8/9pm Sat 7:30/8am till lunch or 5pm ( depending) then sometimes a few hours on a Sunday.

    Hmmm workaholic...


 
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