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Post by Sazzles Thu May 06, 2010 1:47 pm

im really hoping to find a job in september sometime, i really need to get out the house and earn!

but do you think its too soon to leave my babies?

i tried going into education when harriet was 3 months but gave up because the sleepless nights as well as 5 days a week a levels were so hard!
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To work? or not to work.. Adminblinkie
Harriet- May 27th 2009 8lb 14.5oz
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Post by kimbobaloobob Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:35 pm

i have just started working 20 hours a week doing nights, its not as hard as i thought, i put russell to bed at 8pm and then get ready for work, start work at 10pm then finish work at 8am the next day, big russell has bubs until i get in from work and then i take him to work and the when bubs sleeps i sleep (hes a good sleeper luckly. But if you are also doing it for extra money i would suggest doing more than 16 hours as you will be better of on tax credits rather than signing on whilst working. We get upto 1300 a month + help with rent and council tax. if your unsuse why dont you volenteer somewhere for a while first to see if your 'ready'
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