Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against stay-at-home mothers.
But this is the point: I am not a mother yet.
I studied hard for the last few years, and worked a job at the same time. My whole life changed when I moved in UK. It was my choice, but being honest with you, I was not expecting to be unemployed so long. I have been working since I was 14 years-old. I started with baby-sitting, of course, to earn extra pocket money.
So this this has been the longest period of unemployment in my life, and I have to admit that it was hard.
I felt useless, but my site has been a really big help, and even though I have finally found a job, I will continue to write articles with the same attention and passion.
I can’t wait to start and work well and hard for this firm, which is giving me a chance to really improve myself.
If you’re in this kind of situation, here are some tips that might help you to cope:
- Wake up early
- Keep getting ready everyday : don’t spend your days in yoga pants (even these are really confortable)
- Organise your day : activities, housekeeping (grrrr), appointements
- Use this free time to think about what you want to do, want you want to be
- Don’t lose faith in life and yourself
Take care, my beauties.