I just feel that this will set us back financially. After I'm done with my BA I need to pursue my MA in Speech Pathology to become fully certified. My plan B is try to find a job with my BA and wait a year or 2 to pursue my MA. I feel like I have put so much time in to school that I'm always to busy for family time it's a hard juggle. My daughters are 16 and 9, I want to be able to give them the things they need, I just feel that I've filled my plate to much:( any advice would be greatly appreciated.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:00 PM on Jul. 3, 2010 in Money & Work
Answer by missmarla1 at 8:07 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
I left my job after my twins were born, I had intended to continue working but they were preemies and needed so extra care and needed to be home so I stopped working. When I decided to return to work I knew I'd have to go back to school because I'd been away from work too long. It has been difficult at times, because we had to change how we do things, I'm not home as much, We had to cut way back on the kids extra activities because I need to spend time studying I can't take them everywhere I used to. It's an adjustment but really worth it. Good luck.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 8:09 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
Honestly, I am in a similar situation so I don't know much advice I can give you. In my opinion, it doesn't matter what we as moms do, we are always going to feel like we are neglecting someone/something. I would have you and your husband look over the budget and see what you could cut out. If you have any debt such as credit cards or you don't have a few thousand in savings for emergencies then you may want to consider working full time and going part-time (if possible) until you have it taken care of. With having those two things taken care of it will be less stressful for you to go to school full time and be able to concentrate on your studies. Good Luck!
Answer by JeremysMom at 8:10 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
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