Mar 09 2011

To Work Or Not

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Ever since the day I quit my job to return home, I knew it is not a permanent arrangement. I knew that someday in the future, I still want to work. It probably won’t be a full time 9 – 5 job, but something more flexible or part time. I knew the best job is to be able to work from home, but working from home as a entrepreneur , running your own e-business is not as easy. It takes up a lot of one’s time and energy, working round the clock. Hence I really salute those mum that runs a eshop at home.

Some friends recommended work as insurance agent or be involved in MLM, but I am never good at hard selling.

I told my hub that I so wish to go back to work even though it is on a part time basis or a half day job to work at the kindies. Hub said baby still young, wait for another two more years. I hope to be able to find a job that my children’s welfare will be not jeopardize.  Come to think of it, if all of them were to attend the government school until form 5, there won’t be any chance for all the 4 to be in the same schooling session.

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  1. mnhlon 09 Mar 2011 at 10:48 am

    I prefer working. Can have more pocket money and at the same time, won’t be so tension facing the kids 24/7. But then that depends on each family. If no choice, one will have to stay at home to look after the kids. It is good too….at least can spent more quality time with the kids comparing to working mothers.

    Actually I prefer to work too even if it is on half day basis. At least I get pocket money, I need not spent with guilt. But with four children, I guess all I earn will probably goes to babysitter and daycare..not worth.

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