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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Lots of people (including myself) say they would continue working if they won the lottery. I think for many people work gives a sense of personal achievement and purpose.

    And imma just put it out there- if you don't work, don't have any commitments such as caring or volunteering or have any sort of medical issues that prevent you from working or caring for your children, and you don't work and put your kids in full time care, I judge you. Not as a mother, but as a lazy sod. If you just want to read magazines, get your nails done and have lunch with friends, yes I think you're lazy and a pretty boring person. *dons flame proof suit*
    Imma just going to agree totally, 100%!!

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    Hi I'm glad to read this, I am considering doing the same. I love having the kids at home but don't always keep on top of everything. I think its fine, the socialisation is good for them, the routine is good, and I'm hoping I'll be more on top of things. Plus I'm studying and I'd love to do it in daylight hours some days!


 

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