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Monday, January 30, 2012

Giving Thanks for....A Part-time Job!

Today I am grateful for having a part-time job this school term. In these times of global economic uncertainty, high unemployment and governmental instability I am very lucky indeed to have been given this opportunity to work at a school that is literally just around the corner...I can walk to school and even pop home for lunch if I want to!

I am also very grateful for the kindness, friendship and support I have received from my Blogger friends at this very busy time. I hope you will forgive me for not visiting you as often these next few weeks but I know that I can't have it all. I will need to prioritise and make sure my family comes first, my job comes second and this little Ole Blog of mine will have to be third! I had contemplated not hosting my Pinning & Singing party during this time but I love it too much to give it up! I might not have it up at exactly the same time each week but it will definitely be happening each weekend!

So, what are you thankful for today?





Thank you so much for visiting me today and for spending 5 minutes of your busy day with me!

Take care and have a great week.

Blessings and best wishes always,
Natasha In Oz

17 comments:

  1. I'm thankful for my Blogger friends too....like you, Natasha :) Congrats on the job and I'll be a visitor to your blog whether you're hosting a party or not. Family and job should always come before blog time so do what you can, when you can.

    Have a great week,
    Shasta

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  2. Sounds like a great job Natasha! I know I'd love to work close enough to come home for lunch. I'm thankful for lots of things at the moment, especially that the business feels like it's on the way up. I'm looking forward to 2012, and I hope you are too!

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  3. I know exactly what your saying. But my solution to time management is just that prioritise but get them right and I think your choices are exactly right. We will all be here waiting for your. Take Care. Enjoy! Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  4. Hi Natasha,
    congratulatiions to the new job. I am sure all your readers understand, why you don't have so much time anymore. Real life is always more important than blogging.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  5. That is great news darling !! go for it !! we wait.......lovely week !!!...love ...xxx...

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  6. oh how exciting! Congratulations on the job Natasha!!

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  7. Congratulations on the part time job. That's great!

    Take care and have a great week!

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  8. Good luck on your new adventure. I'm a teacher and my little blog is #3 as well. Don't worry- #3 ain't too shabby and we'll all be here to cheer you on!
    I am thankful for my sweet family...who are all still sleeping!
    Kerry at HouseTalkN

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  9. Congrats and good luck with your new job. My work hours have been cut to just 5 hours a week... yuck.
    Have a great new week.

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  10. I'm thankful for my husband. His support and love for me always makes me a lucky gal.

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  11. So happy for you and sometimes in life things just seem to work out. Have a great week.
    Rita

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  12. I am very thankful for your Pinning and Singing party! My daughter had a lot of youtube views on her song after I posted it here. I'm so glad you will be continuing and we can all be patient about the timing. Congrats on the new position! ~ Maureen

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  13. Congratulations! How fantastic that it is also so close buy...wishing you enjoyment in your new venture :)

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  14. Good morning! Prioritizing is so important...and sometimes so darned difficult to do!

    It sounds like you have yours straight! And what a fabulous sounding part-time job. I hope it's available again for you if you want it.

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  15. I'm thankful for the opportunity to visit my sister who lives 1000 km away and join in a family baby shower last weekend. Enjoy the new job.

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  16. Natasha,

    Congratulations on your new teaching position. Your students are very blessed to have you teaching them.

    Good for you!

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