A lot of people presume I don't work, they presume I am a 'benefit bum' and that I stay at home all day watching TV shows such as Jeremy Kyle. I am however self employed, I work from home, I do watch TV quite a lot and I am lucky enough to be able to watch Jeremy Kyle. Working from home means I don't have to leave Spud with a random child minder that I don't know, or even a child minder that I do know, I don't believe in after school club's, they go to school for long enough, why keep them there for any longer! As mentioned before in some previous post, I have traits of attachment parenting, I hate being away from Spud and if truth be told I am even debating on weather to send him to junior school.
|Trips to the park whenever we like.|
I hate it that he's away from me for so long, he wake's up, has his breakfast, watches 20 minutes of TV then it's time to get dressed and go to school. I pick him up at 3pm, we come home, he plays with his toys, watches a little bit of TV, if the weather is good we will go to the park or to visit a family member, then it's dinner time, then bath time, then bed time, I feel like he is not mind during the week!
|Trips to the fair without booking time off work!|
Working from home is a real bonus, especially during the half term periods like now, Spud is sat on the floor in front of me, playing with his toys with Cbeebies on the TV, he occasionally glimpses up to the television to catch a theme tune to sing along too then quick as that his focus is back on his toys, he lets his imagination run wild, something that children should do. We are off out soon with my sister and my two nephews Little Big Man and Baby Boo to enjoy the dry weather whilst it last, if I was in full or even part time employment, I am pretty sure this is something I would miss out on.
|Going out with his little cousins.|
I love working from home, when Spud is 18, I can then go out and get a job in a office or in a shop if I wish too, for now I enjoy how I make my living; working from home. I get to choose the hours that suit me and whats best is that I get to spend as much time with my beautiful Spud as possible (that is until the government demands them back at school after the holidays finish!).
I come across a brilliant Roamap To Working From Home the other day, it has everything on there information wise for you to successfully start working from home, it also has advice on unfair dismissal, just some of the things the site is great at helping you with. If you want to work from home, I highly recommend you check out the site, weather your a parent or not, bored of your 9-5 job and want something different, the site has all the information you need!
Until next time,