- Apr 17, 2013
I can do it once but not multiple times in a row. I'd go nuts. That's why I'm burning PTO. So much so the CEO of my hospital asked me if I was planning on quitting. "Uhm, no. I'm just not able to do three 6 day stints over the course of 8 weeks while homeschooling my daughter."oh man I could never work 6 12s in a row!! But that flexibility is so nice!
Every three weeks I’ll work Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and then the next week Thursday, Friday, Saturday to get my 8 days off!
Maybe I'm reading too much into this, are you saying you can't travel because it's not "your" money?I'm trying to understand how people can go for 2 weeks and still have more time for more travel.
I'd love to ! I'm a stay at home mom now with freedom & time but not my own income (husband doesn't value Disney/ doesn't really care to travel)
And when I worked, I had terrible flexibility, 10 days vacation but 5 had to be taken at one time & I think unpaid time off was penalized or looked down upon.
So when I work again & can fund multiple Disney trips & travel, I'm going to have to find a job with better vacation time/ flexibility.
I'm not OP, but I have a similar circumstance in that my DH does not value Disney, doesn't want to travel there, and has some philosophical objections to WDW as well. Unlike OP, I have my own income, but I try to keep my theme park trips modest out of sensitivity to his views. Because I have a job, I sometimes pick up a bit of overtime, so I can justify the trips as "extra" money and not part of our regular income, but the real issue is DH's feelings when I take the kids on vacations without him.Maybe I'm reading too much into this, are you saying you can't travel because it's not "your" money?