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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by vic75, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. vic75

    vic75 Welcome New Poster


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    hi all, i still not sure what i doing so bear with me :)

    i`m part time student and a care assistant/cook, so always very busy, wish there was more hours in a day :)

    i`m currently living in rochdale, wheres everyone from????
     
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi vic , :welcome:to Podiatry Arena,

    A few questions for you;)

    Where are you studying?
    What year are you currently in?
    What inspired you to pursue a career in podiatry?

    In response to your question: I live & work in private practice in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

    Regards,

    Mandy.

    PS. If you are granted your request for more hours in a day I bagsy I use mine for extra sleep. :D
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2011
  3. vic75

    vic75 Welcome New Poster

    Hi Mandy,

    i`m studying at Salford uni and currently in my second year, 2 years to go yet, :-(
    it seems like a lifetime away, but i`m sure it will pass quickly. ive no idea why i followed a career in podiatry but glad i did, i love it :)
    what about you??
    how is private practice??? has it all been worth while for you????

    if you find a way to get the extra hours before i do please let me know lol
     
  4. vic75

    vic75 Welcome New Poster

    :eek:Hi Mandy,

    i`m studying at Salford uni and currently in my second year, 2 years to go yet, :-(
    it seems like a lifetime away, but i`m sure it will pass quickly. ive no idea why i followed a career in podiatry but glad i did, i love it :)
    what about you??
    how is private practice??? has it all been worth while for you????

    if you find a way to get the extra hours before i do please let me know lol
     
  5. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi again Vic',

    The time will fly by, promise. :empathy:

    Private practice is good thank you. I enjoy being self employed & self employed working in a career I love is a real bonus.

    As for it all being worth it? Bloody hard slog to get here but yes. Wouldn't swap my life.

    A wise man once said to me that in a room filled with people, everyone puts their problems into the middle. Guarantee you will want your own back. ;)

    Good luck & happy posting.

    Mandy :drinks
     
  6. vic75

    vic75 Welcome New Poster

    Thanks Mandy,

    Hope everythin stays fab for you :)

    all the best for the future ;-)
     

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