Great! You’ve realised that you want a more balanced life, serving your family and loved ones and you believe that having women more present at home to commit to their domestic duties is the key to having quality time in life. Now you just basically have to deal with the heavy judgements of society as…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living For Women
I was born in the 90s and frankly, I feel as if women born in the decades before me in general are much stronger. They are stronger when it comes to their emotional resilience. Why do I think of this? Let’s go through my day. In the morning I scroll through my Facebook feed and…… Continue reading Feel-Good Fixes For Women Are Everywhere: Why Are We Babying Women?
As a traditional woman myself, I am quite aware of the difficulties faced by traditional women who are entering the dating scene. A couple of my friends have become more traditional as of late and even pen pals who do write to me have expressed that concern. I have spoken with these women and I…… Continue reading Traditional Women & Dating: The Right Approach
Yes, definitely this is a shocking one, eh? You would really think differently based on all my blog posts, my favourite words like ‘traditional’ and ‘Right-wing’, since well, I don’t really like Lefties and I oppose them and their social justice, oppression myths and their overall plight on the world. Though I like to reflect…… Continue reading That Stepford Gal At The Centre-Right?: Why I’m Hesitating To Call Myself Conservative
I think I definitely am in a bit of a reading craze at the moment, not only with having so many books that I am currently reading, yet I definitely feel their messages are having such a great impact on my life! When I look back into this time of my life, I will always…… Continue reading ‘Tidy’ Yourself, Then Your House: Marie Kondo’s Magical Art Of Tidying
Lately, at the local mall, I walked past one of those cute booths where babies go to dress up against a nice background for some adorable photos. I find these places just lovely (and reminds me of how much I want a baby!). I saw a chubby little baby in a sailor’s outfit sitting on…… Continue reading Just Thinking Out Loud: Do We Sabotage Our Own Cheer?
Recently, I’ve been reading the lovely book, A 1950’s Housewife by Sheila Hardy (learn more about it in my Current Reading post here). It’s a nifty little book with a lot of history. If you can’t tell already, I loooove vintage things, this shows in the way I dress, my personal overall aesthetic and…… Continue reading Quality Time, The 1950s Way: Give It A Try!