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Old Feb 16th, 2011, 10:32 AM   11
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Maz1510, you are quite welcome to do my Performance Management and Taxation lectures if you want a distraction?....
Hi Lumboo so sorry to hear you are having such a hard time of it at the mo, I can't begin to imagine how you must feel

Just wondering what it is you are studying? only because I am studying ACCA at the moment and in March I am going to be starting my study again, in which I am hoping to be doing Business Analysis and Advanced Taxation!



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2011, 10:47 AM   12
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Maz1510, you are quite welcome to do my Performance Management and Taxation lectures if you want a distraction?....
Hi Lumboo so sorry to hear you are having such a hard time of it at the mo, I can't begin to imagine how you must feel

Just wondering what it is you are studying? only because I am studying ACCA at the moment and in March I am going to be starting my study again, in which I am hoping to be doing Business Analysis and Advanced Taxation!
I am also doing ACCA; F5 + F6 - I only started the course last June, so am not as far along as you. Did my F2 + F4 exams in December whilst heavily mc - can you believe the bad timing...of all the weeks?!! It will be a miracle if I pass!

I am studying online through LSBF so started the first lecture at start of Feb, although the term actually starts at the start of March (after results are out)

I work as a Finance Manager and am QBE, so thought it was silly not to do the actual qualification, as I am doing myself out of money. Also, if DH gets a job in a Uni abroad it will make is easier for me to find employment with a recognised qualification.

Taxation is really interesting, but I find F5 very tiresome. How long have you been studying for?



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Old Feb 16th, 2011, 11:01 AM   13
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Maz1510, you are quite welcome to do my Performance Management and Taxation lectures if you want a distraction?....
Hi Lumboo so sorry to hear you are having such a hard time of it at the mo, I can't begin to imagine how you must feel

Just wondering what it is you are studying? only because I am studying ACCA at the moment and in March I am going to be starting my study again, in which I am hoping to be doing Business Analysis and Advanced Taxation!
I am also doing ACCA; F5 + F6 - I only started the course last June, so am not as far along as you. Did my F2 + F4 exams in December whilst heavily mc - can you believe the bad timing...of all the weeks?!! It will be a miracle if I pass!

I am studying online through LSBF so started the first lecture at start of Feb, although the term actually starts at the start of March (after results are out)

I work as a Finance Manager and am QBE, so thought it was silly not to do the actual qualification, as I am doing myself out of money. Also, if DH gets a job in a Uni abroad it will make is easier for me to find employment with a recognised qualification.

Taxation is really interesting, but I find F5 very tiresome. How long have you been studying for?
You poor thing going through that whilst mc I have fingers crossed for you too for Monday exam results

I am taking P3 & P6 in June I have chosen Advanced Tax as I really enjoy it sad I know I hate costing so F5, F9, P3, P5 & P7 lol but have to do them unfortunately and then P5 in December

I started at F4 (previously I had done AAT so I was exempt) and I am getting my results for F9 & P2 on Monday

I study with BPP and go on the day courses so takes up my weekends and a lot of my holiday

I have been doing it for 2 years whilst working also and I will be glad when it is all finished I work as a Commercial Manager on our O2 & Lloyds of London contracts.

I am hoping for good results as my TTC date relies on it



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2011, 11:16 AM   14
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I have a Masters in Architecture, so got no exemptions, despite 10 years of working experience

Glad I am not the only one who hates costing! I am getting my results by post, so I think I won't know till the end of next week what I got. I understand your frustration about having to use up holiday for study. I think 2 weeks of mine went into exams and revision periods last year.

Couldn't do the Kaplan/BPP weekend courses as I have a 4 year old as well. The online study allows me to work around him. It is bloody hard to work full time and have a young child, as well as doing all household chores, but it actually brought me to life again, after years of feeling I was doing nothing for myself.

Others just say I am a glutton for punishment!



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Old Feb 17th, 2011, 06:21 AM   15
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Is anyone doing anything nice in the months in between to distract themselves from the whole baby business/to get over their loss?
i sew to take my mind off of things.
maybe you could make something for you and your OH... a patchwork blanket??? or some new curtains, it always cheers me up xxxx

sewing has helped me get through some really tough times xxx



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2011, 06:24 AM   16
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i am really excited now ladies THANK YOU! i will DEFO start a POAS thread in may.

i'm really nervous about using ovulation sticks! as ive not had a period since august 2009, due to being preg and now still breastfeeding.
hopefully i will get my AF back for my birthday. lol (end of april)



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2011, 10:14 AM   17
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Hi I'm new and I too am trying to conceive in ten days! Like you Cinnamum I haven't had a period since 2009 as I was PG and now BF. I am currently weaning DS3 off night feeds to see if AF will return. Hope it does soon as I am getting inpatient lol.



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Old Feb 19th, 2011, 08:00 AM   18
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I haven't got an exact date as I have a few things to get out of the way first but 10 weeks sounds about right for me (PROBABLY MORE LIKE 12). It's my 30th next month and I have a holiday planned for the start of May so don't want to be pregnant over either of those dates. I caught for my youngest in April and ended up having her on 21st December so want to avoid another Christmas baby. The problem is, I have been delaying baby number 3 for 18months haha.

Hayley xxx



 
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Old Feb 22nd, 2011, 11:44 AM   19
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aaaw hun, we would be trying now if it wasn't for the risk of ending up with a december baby.
my hubbys birthday is on the 8th of december so he said he didnt wanna have a baby round that time as he felt like he missed out as a child cuz everyone was skint. lol



 
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Old Feb 23rd, 2011, 05:30 AM   20
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It is hard work! But my little girl never misses out, I make sure of it, in fact I think she gets more to over compensate x



 
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