Post # 16
Allthatglitters07: That sounds interesting! Right now I don’t work. I stay at home but have a good schedule going. MWF I deep clean my house, TR I basic clean and do laundry. Sun and Weds I grocery shop. Workout MTWR and Violin on Fridays. I’m a military wife so it’s really hard to find work, especially at my small base. I’ve been looking into work from home jobs, but I’m having a hard time finding anything credible that’s not sales.
pinkshoes: I used to work at a company like this! I was part time so it would be 9a – 1p. But my dad worked there also and had the same “as long as you work 9 hours” schedule. They were pretty laid back and I miss it so much. It was a nice change from previous retail jobs I had because most of the contractors there were retired military and actually did their job haha. Unfortunately our founder/CEO passed away and we got a new CEO who let tons of people go, including me 🙁 If there was anything like that near where I lived now I’d take it in a heartbeat.
Post # 17
I’m a consultant for a medical equipment planning/transition company. I’m salaried and work anywhere from 40-70 hours a week… The hours are not set and I do most of my work from home on evenings and weekends. It’s very hectic and stressful at times
Post # 18
- Wedding: November 2014 - Nazareth Hall
I’m a wedding planner for an event venue! I work 8am-4pm Tuesday through Thursday and 10am to 1:30am Friday and Saturday.
I’m off and probably sleeping Sunday and Monday haha
Post # 19
I work for a small stationary company. I work from home so basically anytime, just as long as I get my work done and fill my 40 hours a week 🙂
(that’s why I am on the Bee so friggin’ much. 🙁 )
Super interesting thread!!
Post # 20
snm916: do you like being a nanny?
Post # 21
I work in government contracting. I work on my client site 7-3 and then usually do corporate work from 6-10/11ish
Post # 22
I work for a small-ish internet service provider in California. I work 9-4pm Mon-Fri.
Post # 23
HC_IC721: That seems like an amazing job.
Post # 24
Allthatglitters07: Hey! It definitely has its pros and cons, I’m sure like any field. Feel free to PM me with specific questions!
Post # 25
Lawyer, generally get into work around 9:30/10. Once I get into work, anything could happen. I could have 0 hours of work to do or have to pull an all-nighter depending on the workflow and clients’ needs. It’s not an easy lifestyle for scheduling or general mental health purposes.
Post # 26
I’m a daycare teacher I work 6am-3pm Monday-Friday but, I’m often doing work after work and on weekends. I’m also finishing up my degree in early childhood
Post # 27
I run a school, so formal work week is 7:30am-6:30pm, M-F. But I often work weekends and bring work home.
Post # 28
I’m a pastry cook at Disney World. I work Sunday-Thursday (with an occasional sixth day depending on scheduling needs), and start at 2pm. I leave whenever we’re done. Sometimes that’s 10:30, sometimes that’s 1:45am.
Post # 29
Law firm. I usually bill around 200 hours a month. There’s no set schedule, but I usually come in around 9 and leave around 5:30/6 since that works best with FI’s schedule. Then I’ll work from home at nights/on weekends as needed.
Post # 30
Allthatglitters07: I am an analyst and work 8-4 week days then i teach yoga where I teach mostly eveningsM,T,TH and a weekend class 8-9 am saturdays. I also teach a bootcamp MWF 6-650 am and sundays 🙂
Mondays I teacha 6 pm class and a 7 pm class, tuesdays are 530 then 8 pm wed are 430 and 6, thursdays are 430, 6 715 classes. 🙂 I love teaching yoga I wish it could totally pay the bills but for now this works for me! I work a lot but I love what I do so its all good