What a dumb post wrote:
Most of my work is only on the weekends. How does the day of the week matter?
I'm lost why having a Saturday and Sunday off are better than a Tuesday/Wednesday or Monday/Tuesday?
Nobody with their salt absolutely has to work on a weekend. Sure, maybe a scant few folks on healthcare may CHOOSE to work on the occasional weekend, but other than that...
I have a business in the entertainment/tourism sector. As a result, I have to work on weekends, sometimes. I cant completely leave it to my employees.
This year should be about 100k net. My expected income when the business matures in 2 to 3 years is about 300k net. I should be working about 20 hours a week then, which is also about what I work right now.
I have my first baby on the way, so the low hours and very flexible schedule during the week (I basically just have paperwork during the week that I can do at my own schedule) I am hoping will give me plenty of time with the baby. Since my wife works a 9-5, we shouls only need child care in rare circumstances.
I feel like my old 9-5 job as an engineer was a bad life choice compared to what Im doing now.
Portland Hobby Jogger wrote:
If nobody opened the local running shop on weekends, then where would most of you grovel for discounts and team gear so you could look "sponsored" when you toe the line at a Color Run?