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Work Life Balance


Topgun Pilot
Feb 18, 2004
Have a look at this:


Personally I think I have it just about right. I have time in the mornings to take my boys to nursery, and I'm home in the evenings in time spend some time with them, and read to them and put them to bed. However, as a contractor, that may change when I leave here and take on a new contract.

The problem is that I don't think i'll be as lucky as I have been in this contract, and in my previous job come to think of it...