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Homeschooling mama to 6 year old DD.
I guess first things first, I don't follow how there is no way to cut back at work, because no one else is available to do your work, but you'd be willing to quit entirely. Doesn't that still mean there's no one else to take your spot?
Maybe if your employer knew that your hours were so great you're considering quitting, they'd jump on it a bit more about hiring some relief--because they're going to have to anyway! That if you don't get some relief, they'll have to completely replace you.
You might consider calling your phone bundle and asking if they can reduce your cost. Ask for their retention department and ask, "I want to keep my service with you but I need to cut the cost. What can you do for me?" Same goes for insurance and cell phones. I did this recently and was surprised to cut it by more than $100 a month, with no change of service.
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In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you." Buddha
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