Being a nurse is a wonderfully rewarding career choice. You get to help patients every single day, providing not only vital medical assistance but also the crucial emotional support to help them get through what might be one of the most difficult times in their lives. It’s also a field in which you are constantly learning and developing, whether that’s by learning new skills and techniques, working with new technologies, or broadening your knowledge into more specialist areas of nursing.
I think we are reaching one, yes as I type. I have adored everyday I have been afforded as a stay at home mum of my two wonderful boys, but my oh my it has been hard. Not only mentally and physically with my health issues, but mainly financially and it looks like we have hit the wall. We originally thought that we would manage on just one salary, but then illness came and smacked us in the face meaning that MadDad had to take unpaid leave to look after me and the children. We were daft we relied on our credit cards to pay the bills over those very hard more »
When I was growing up I always wanted to be an accountant, well I gave it a try and did pretty well, but it wasn’t for me. The only interaction I got was with numbers, so I took an opportunity and became an Office Manager for a small company who were on the up. I used my skills to help relocate the company to Berkshire and went on to become a Facilities Manager for a large software company. I loved my job, but….. It just wasn’t flexible enough when in came down to spending time with my children. It was kind of an all or nothing position, where if the office more »