Juggling work and family life isn’t easy. Whether you work full-time or part-time, at home or away, it leaves you with less to give the other seven areas of your life. It’s an ongoing challenge to try to squeeze it all in. Equally, if you’ve given up work to raise kids, you may have a nagging feeling that you ‘should’ be working, or perhaps you need to return to work for financial reasons. Maybe you’ve lost your confidence or you worry that you won’t find work that fits in around family. Everything is ‘figureoutable’ once you give it some focused attention.

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