Author: FullCustodyDad

7 Tips To Turning Your Life Around

Breakups are hard. Losing someone is devastating. But, both of these things are instanced that can happen in one moment in time. However hard they can be to overcome and move on from, time still ticks on by. And you may find that you get to a point where you want to be happy again.

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Moving on: Healthy Relationships After Divorce

A divorce is one of the most stressful things that a person can experience. The whole process of a divorce is fraught with emotion and obstacles that need to be overcome. Being stuck in an unhappy marriage, coupled with the aftermath of separation, is incredibly stressful. Dealing with all the wrangling over possessions, and most importantly, who gets custody of the kids can really take their toll on both your physical and mental health.

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“Parenting time” vs “Custody”

After a divorce or a break up that involves children, people immediately begin to invoke the word “custody.” The concept of custody is antiquated. Custody presumes that there can only be one parent who truly makes decisions and monopolizes the children’s time. This custody concept leaves the other parent as the parent “without custody” and only gets every other weekend at best.

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How to work from home in the motor trade

If you’re a single parent or share custody, you’ll need a job you can fit around family life. When you choose to work in a flexible industry, such as the motor trade, you can build a thriving business, earn a great income and work from home. If you have experience working with cars or an interest in engines, starting a business in the motor trade could be easier than you think.

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Apps to Aid Your Midlife Career Change Before the Big Switch

When you are 40 or older, you may experience a change in values that could affect how you see your job and the industry you work in. Perhaps, you want more flexibility in your work hours, better retirement benefits, more productive use of your skills and experience, or a job that makes you happy. No matter your reason, it will most likely produce the desire to switch to a career that best suits your present and future values.

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