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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose Caboose View Post
    Can your husband go to part time?
    I was going to suggest seeing if he can do 4 days a week. (Assuming you have a partner, I can't remember if you mentioned one).

    My friends (a husband and wife) currently get one day off per fortnight each, which means one of them is home every Thursday. They get paid less though.

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    LilCritter, will definitely try this method!
    Thanks everyone for advise. My other half can't do part time unfortunately and no other family here. His current day are cant offer an additional day at the moment, not likely in the next few months she said so would have to look elsewhere for one day.

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    I didn't take it
    Last edited by Missbehaving; 10-01-2014 at 15:13.

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    it just had to many negatives, it was a contract not permanent and definitely full time. I think if it would be permanent it would be easier to go for it... Onwards with my boring but part time job for now

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    Oh well! At least you won't have the stressful juggle. And in a couple of years you might find something exciting AND flexible.

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    I hope so thanks for the advice


 

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