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Parents in the Know Podcast Episode 27: My Final Story – Starting a Business
My Final Story – Starting a Business
This is the 27th episode of my podcast for parents and families who want to be in the know about major parenting concerns and issues. Today, my final chapter of my own story is the topic under discussion today.
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Welcome to Parents in the Know, with Emily M Morgan. Today, I’m going to take you through the final chapter (for now) of my own story. In previous episodes you learned about my decision to become a single mother by choice, how I struggled through intense morning sickness, when I’d imagined pregnancy would be a breeze, how my life changed as a single parent and how perinatal depression left me slightly dented and in need of support and a complete lifestyle change. In this fifth and final instalment, I will talk you through my decision to start a business and how it came together. My Story – Starting a Business, today on Parents in the Know.
After my brush with perinatal depression, I moved back across the country to Tasmania to live with my mother. My daughter and I spent the first couple of months recovering and acclimatizing to our new home – and my mother did much the same. It is lucky we are so close, and, with a few hiccups around tidiness with a toddler in the mix, we all settled down very comfortably together.
Did I want to return to work? The answer was an emphatic no. My depression couldn’t account for the distaste I had felt in those last few months at work, jumping through managerial hoops and trying to find some motivation to do the work I was assigned. The job, which I had at first relished and which had definitely helped and challenged me, no longer had the same appeal. Much as I enjoyed training and managing staff, I wanted to get away from people for a while. And I couldn’t bear the thought of working at an admin job, keeping books for someone else or managing someone else’s documents. If admin work was to be a part of my life, I wanted it to be for my own purposes.
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