I honestly dislike when something is problematised, I don’t like victimhood-fostering behaviour either. However, no matter how I look at it – the teaching system, at least here in Australia, is completely lost. I don’t even know where to begin. Maybe we can start here: I do not dislike teaching, in fact I think I…… Continue reading The Problem With Schools Now: Why I’ve Stopped With My Teaching Degree
Many of you who may have read my earlier posts would know that I am fairly varied when it comes to my opinion on men and specifically, traditional men. Being a traditional woman, I am critical of both men and women in modern society and if ever there is..hope for them. I hope to see…… Continue reading The Guy At The Train: All The Best!
I’ve been thinking. When I first started this blog, I didn’t have as clear an idea of my values as I do now. I hadn’t figured myself out politically either, though I was quite…passionate about it. I remember mentioning then that I wanted to be a housewife, I wanted to be at home more, I gradually…… Continue reading Let’s Get This Straight: That Stepford Gal & Political Labels
You triumphed at dating and now you have yourself a traditional relationship. Congratulations! Or maybe you already are in a relationship and you want to shift to a more traditional, respectful relationship that honors both your strengths. Lovely. Traditional relationships are very structured and have very clear values and boundaries, which make it very easy…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living & Relationships
Guess what? Traditional dating exists and as it is very much a small sub-section of society, it can be a bit of a hit and miss. What I do know is it takes time and patience, you have to be open to experiences and people. There is no exact place to meet traditional people (aside…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living & Dating Well
Now that you’ve decided to dedicate some time at home and you may not have a reason to stay at home full time yet, depending on your family’s needs, you may be thinking – how do I help earn, then? While men are the breadwinners and providers of the family, there is nothing wrong with…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living & Part-time Work
So now you’re thinking about part-time work and readying yourself to be more settled at home. You will have less income at home now, though you are content to live more simply. How do you live simply, then? Being frugal and living simply doesn’t mean literally having nothing and buying nothing. It doesn’t mean counting…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living & Financial Management