So the last blog post was up to the Friday last week. We were told to wait for a bed. I was started to get really annoyed because there was a list for beds and despite the seriousness of Ted we just had to wait and he couldn’t eat in case he could be fitted in for MRI.
Around about this time last year I was going through a work related drama, back and forth to meetings taking people on, as I do! My catchphrase since then is, “I’ll take them on.” If anyone close to me has any grief I’m there ready to take anyone on.
Anyway, as a result I left my career as a pub/ club manager after 13 years. Ted was only 6 months old so I just went back on maternity leave.
I am assuming that you have not heard of the #DearEmployer campaign or Pregnant Then Screwed? So I am writing this to make you aware of this campaign, the intention is to speak to employers and open up about how women felt in the workplace whilst pregnant or shortly after giving birth. Read more →