I need to work.. I am tired of being broke all the time.. I am a stay at home mom right now, and I need some adult interaction. I am going nuts!!! :banghead:Sounds awesome.
lol stalking the job
It's good to work every so often even if you don't need to.
It keeps you active in the SSN disability system.
I've usually worked at home since I had my younger two. But even so, I would go nearly every day to a community center a couple miles away that had play groups as well as parent groups. When the parents met for their groups, there was always child care provided. You could also see about volunteering at a place like a Y where if you worked the desk, you'd have child care provided for you. You'd also get a membership and be able to go to a Zumba class or something with kids in child care. Another option some people have mentioned on TAM with regards to dating, but it's certainly not limited to dating, is a meetup group. You should definitely try to get out to mom and kid swim lessons, story time at the library, programs at children's museums, etc. I used to live in an upscale town so your mileage may vary. But if you can't find what you need, create it! Oh right, a lot of people I knew went to MOPS. It's run by a church, but many people who didn't belong to the church went. It's okay to do this. Part of what they do is to benefit all moms, not to proselytize. You could even check with a faith-based organization to see if they have anyone with your interests who could visit you. When I was younger, in my rural town, I was routinely sent out for tea visits with the older folks who might get lonely, and sometimes when I had to babysit my foster siblings at night, the older folks would come over after the kids were in bed, with a cribbage board and a tub of ice cream, lol.I need to work.. I am tired of being broke all the time.. I am a stay at home mom right now, and I need some adult interaction. I am going nuts!!! :banghead: