• E
  • New York, United States
  • 3 months ago

Preparing for work

I’m trying to keep busy as of late. I’ve been an at-home-mom for 9 years and am now finishing up my B.A., looking for work, all that. Any moms recently transitioned from at-home to at-work? How was it? Did you jump right in or have social complexes? I think I might end up conversating about my girls too much or telling people how to wipe stains off them selves or clean their homes... Lol. Anyway, today’s a good day for me. Working on organizing my professional appearances and hoping for the best! Best wishes to you ladies out their!
  • E
  • New York, United States
  • 3 months ago

Thank you for all the support. Work is a tricky topic for me. I have an insecurity when it comes to temporary work. Or commissioned work. I’m at a Segway where the next career I start I expect to support me through a transition from dependence to independence. So it needs to be full-time, a specific schedule because I have no assistance when it comes to picking up my girls or being away on weekends. So it’s been a tough search but I have to stay optimistic on this one....thank you all for the offers and support!

  • C
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • 3 months ago

You go girl. Congratulations. That is awesome. I am independent but I work from home and on site as well. I am a beauty expert and I do hair and teach about it. I also volunteer a lot and help women in cancer treatment. Would love to connect more and discuss your challenges. I would be happy to support

  • J
  • Windermere, USA
  • 3 months ago

I did. I constantly wish I could go back in time and continue to sah. But, there are pros and cons to everything. I don't talk about baby too much. I do cry in the car otw to work though because I feel like I don't see her enough anymore. Each person is different though, so you may feel opposite of me.

  • E
  • New York, United States
  • 3 months ago

I miss them when they’re gone for a few hours to grammas and I’m just here at home! Lol. I grew up very different from them. More independent and participating in clubs, camps, and church things. My parents both worked. I feel like I’m depriving them of independence and experience keeping them with me all the time. Either way work-life is coming because I need to support myself and them! I’ve been helicoptering for a long. Lol

  • T
  • Auburn Hills, United States
  • 3 months ago

Would you like to do something that allows you to work from home? I am a travel agent working from home I love it! Inbox me if you’re interested in getting more information.

  • D
  • Melrose Park, United States
  • 3 months ago

Hi Trina.. I would also love some info thank you!

  • N
  • Fridley, United States
  • 3 months ago

Please send me more information

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  • A
  • Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos
  • 3 months ago

You go queen!

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