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Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:Hello! I am Whole Lotta Lotta. I am currently working multiple part time jobs. One of my jobs asked me if I would like to work some hours on Sunday. I happen to like this manager and have had a good time teaching adults at her school during the week. She recently offered me a class on Sunday and I accepted. Bye Bye weekends. I will be working my nuts off in the coming months but making money. I have some questions about this:
1. How many other people are doing it?
2. Of those of you who are doing it, how do you manage it?
3. How do I handle it if I should happen to catch a cold on Saturday night and am not able to come in on Sunday?
4. Is working 7 days a week really worth the extra money?
I would like to get other people's opinions on these matters .
Mucha Man wrote:I don't teach but I do go months where I work every day. Did a stretch last year almost 9 months with only 2 days off. Not healthy even if like me you are still getting plenty of exercise and eating right.
I wouldn't teach 7 days a week as you are very likely to run yourself down which means you will start to take time off for sickness and lethargy.
If it's just for the short term and you need the money then do it. But be organized. Hard routines can sap your will or they can focus your mind. Try for the latter. I know a very simple self-hypnoses technique you can pick up immediately that is great for relaxation and focus.
Eat right. Exercise. Always remember these are not options.
Oro wrote:seems to me total hours worked is much more important than how many days you are working..
if you worke 25 hours over 7 days then what's the big deal? it's still a normal work load.
if you work 40 hours over 5 days it's much crazier..
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