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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Kurieuo » Thu Jul 16, 2015 5:51 am

Nessa wrote:Do you work from home?
Yes, I left employment quite a few years ago now to continue my business.
Help corporate businesses with their Web campaigns. Involves a bit of everything.
Actually, just started a new business too. It's focus is to bring in ratings and online reviews and help manage negative feedback before it goes public.

Now, I'll give you 10 seconds to run. 1.... 2.... :guns:
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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Nessa » Thu Jul 16, 2015 6:55 am

Kurieuo wrote:
Nessa wrote:Do you work from home?
Yes, I left employment quite a few years ago now to continue my business.
Help corporate businesses with their Web campaigns. Involves a bit of everything.
Actually, just started a new business too. It's focus is to bring in ratings and online reviews and help manage negative feedback before it goes public.

Now, I'll give you 10 seconds to run. 1.... 2.... :guns:
:surrender: i wont tell!

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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Nicki » Thu Jul 16, 2015 8:49 am

Nessa wrote:Nick.. did you do homebased care in NZ?
No, we've been here for about 7 years but I started my day care when my younger son was 3 (coming up to 4 years ago) so I could look after my own kids while I worked. It's a pity about your educator - I haven't really been keen to have school-age kids in care because of that issue of finding other things for them to do! Of course I have my own ones who might be willing to share some of their toys, but they spend half their time in the holidays out playing with the other kids who live in our street. I have to keep the daycare kids under my supervision at all times, so they would be staying with me. I look after a 4.5-year-old boy who lives down the road from us as well and sometimes now he comes down our way by himself to see my two and hang around out the front - when he's actually in my care though he has to stay with me!

I haven't watched those Real Housewives programs but... aren't they rich? We definitely aren't :mrgreen: I have been basically a housewife for quite a few years though.

By the way, I think you mentioned somewhere about Aussies giving Kiwis a hard time - everyone here basically seems to be quite nice to (and about) Kiwis. Not many people care about rugby so they're not too bothered if the All Blacks are beating the Wallabies!

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Post by Nessa » Thu Jul 16, 2015 12:47 pm

they dont care about rugby? maybe i was born the wrong nationality...maybe i should be brave and come out ;-)

not sure if housewives are rich or not...do most aussies fly their own plane to do their grocery shopping and fly away every weekend to the slopes or some exotic location?

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Post by Nessa » Thu Jul 16, 2015 12:49 pm

darling lets fly to that cheese shop and buy cheese today...$300 worth of cheese should do it...ha


hope they get mice y:D

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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Nicki » Sat Jul 18, 2015 7:02 am

Nessa wrote:they dont care about rugby? maybe i was born the wrong nationality...maybe i should be brave and come out ;-)

not sure if housewives are rich or not...do most aussies fly their own plane to do their grocery shopping and fly away every weekend to the slopes or some exotic location?
I'm afraid quite a lot of people care about Aussie Rules football instead :sleep:

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Post by Nessa » Mon Jul 20, 2015 3:15 am

Nicki wrote:
Nessa wrote:they dont care about rugby? maybe i was born the wrong nationality...maybe i should be brave and come out ;-)

not sure if housewives are rich or not...do most aussies fly their own plane to do their grocery shopping and fly away every weekend to the slopes or some exotic location?
I'm afraid quite a lot of people care about Aussie Rules football instead :sleep:
Might as well stay where I am then :?

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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Jac3510 » Mon Jul 20, 2015 4:33 pm

Hospital chaplain.

And K, I'll need your services in developing a webpage here in a few months. I'm thinking January. I expect the long-time-internet-friend-discount. :D
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Re: What do you do?

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Post by RickD » Mon Jul 20, 2015 4:36 pm

Jac3510 wrote:Hospital chaplain.

And K, I'll need your services in developing a webpage here in a few months. I'm thinking January. I expect the long-time-internet-friend-discount. :D
I'm thinking maybe you'll get the YEC price gouge instead! :mrgreen:
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Re: What do you do?

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Post by Kurieuo » Mon Jul 20, 2015 6:26 pm

Jac3510 wrote:Hospital chaplain.

And K, I'll need your services in developing a webpage here in a few months. I'm thinking January. I expect the long-time-internet-friend-discount. :D
If I had a dollar for every time... ;)
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