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December 10, 2011


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You are not on the scrapheap! You've just hit a bend in the road, nothing more. Keep on keeping on Missus! And, I must do my own blog post for the calendar.

Midlife Singlemum

Sometimes you have to 'do' and sometimes you have to just 'be' for a while. Enjoy being, at least until after Christmas. xxx

Ellen Arnison

Not on the scrapheap in the slightest. I really don't think I'd want to swap an, ahem, portfolio career, for an ordinary nine-to-five kind of job.
What I love about working for myself, mostly from home, is the sense of possibility. You just never quite know what you'll be doing one week to the next. Imagine how utterly dull it would be to be going to the same office day after day!

mocha beanie mummy

Scrapheap? What?

Lady, don't make me come over there and start shouting and stuff.

Go look at lensfettish.com, and then when you're done, you come find me and we'll talk about camerapricebuster.co.uk. ;)


I think you have made the best choice! It is not right to spend so much time searching and I KNOW that there are lots of opportunities for a talented lady out there that do not need her to move from her doorstep ( well not much anyway!) Enjoy the biscuits!!

Rosie Scribble

You're right NotSupermum, I've just hit a bend in the road. I'll re-fuel and keep going. I'll get there in the end.

Rosie Scribble

You are absolutely right, Rachel. For the moment I'm just going to 'be' and I'm going to enjoy it. xxx

Rosie Scribble

You're absolutely right, Ellen. I love the sense of possibility too that being self-employed brings and you never really know what is around the corner. What I really need is some guaranteed income each month so I can spend more time enjoying the work rather than worrying what will happen next week.

Maybe a part-time role in addition to working from home while I'm building up the freelance work would work best. There's not a great deal around but I'm a determined so-and-so when I put my mind to it. x

Rosie Scribble

I know, I know, I'm not on the scrapheap. I was just feeling a little frustrated for a while, but I'm working on a Plan B and feeling a lot more hopeful. xx

Rosie Scribble

Thanks, Julia. There are opportunies out there and I will find them, so all is well. And in the meantime I have biscuits and a chocolate santa (although IJ is making me watch SpongeBob SquarePants, which is alittle repetitive!).


oh Rosie what an amazing post miracle walker is... you and your daughter are amazing and after reading that I know you will find the perfect job for you real soon and in the mean time you will continue to do what you do best and carry on with your chin up!


sometimes it's just the little things and it's enough.

Muddling Along

Love it!

Enjoy and just be is a good mantra

On an aside, have you read any of the stuff Mummy Whisperer has put up about careers / jobs / direction? She's a genius at helping work through these things


Rosie, Rosie, Rosie. *Envelops friend and warm and sincere embrace*

Rosie Scribble

Thanks so much, Sarah. We've come along way. I sometimes forget that, and you're right - the right job will come around that suits both of us.

Rosie Scribble

I think the idea of just being is a good one. Hope you're okay yourself too.

I've just looked up Mummy Whisperer and I'm going to have a look around her site. Thanks so much. Really appreciate it.

Rosie Scribble

Awww. That comment means the world. x

Sandy Calico

When the time is right everything will fall into place xxx

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