Okay, been gone for a few days as have had some important issues to deal with. I am tired, but at least I'm not feeling so cranky now! Lol.
Following days of talk between my husband, children and I, it has finally been agreed that I will return to the workforce, and their life as they know it MUST change. In other words, they must pull their fingers out their bums and start to do a heck of a lot more around the place instead of leaving it to good old Mum to do everything.
I am personally very happy with this decision, as having supervised the building of our previous home, then starting the reno's on this one - I am healtily sick of it all. My brain is dying from lack of stimulation, but the main reason is financial.
So, a job opportunity has arisen for me as a support worker. I have never done this type of work before. All of my employment throughout life has been working with animals as a veterinary nurse, a dog trainer and a grooming salon proprietor. The only other thing I have under my belt over the years is working as a real estate agent, which I simply will not return to.
Anybody got any comments or advice in relation to this sort of work I'm considering?
I am of the opinion the hours could be haphazard, and the work could be emotionally draining?