Madness, Mindfulness and MePosted in : HR Updates on 4 September 2018
As summer recently drew to a close I began to panic, as I do every year, at the prospect of the inevitable return to the back to school madness. My worry revolves around how on earth I am going to be able to cram everything in after nine blissful weeks free from homework and school lunches. I am no different to thousands of other full-time working parents who face the same pressures. Daily routines include early morning starts focused around getting both myself and the children washed, dressed and fed in time for breakfast club only to then sit in bumper to bumper traffic on the M2 on the way
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