Lately I’ve had the pleasure of attending a traditional Catholic wedding, the latest I’ve seen in a long, long time. The last time was when I was a young flower girl so my memories are very fuzzy. The heavy sentiment that a wedding brings, the mix of the tension waiting for a late bride, feeling…… Continue reading The Long Walk Of Contemplation To The Altar
You know what I would have been doing as a part-time career if I had been born a century ago? Governessing. Is that even a word? Alright, being a governess. Being a governess means to be a caretaker and tutor privately for children in upper middle class to upper class families, mainly based in Europe…… Continue reading You Know What? Bring Back Governesses!
As a traditional woman, I definitely find one thing very sad when I try to help other women who want to live a traditional life. Even those in general that I just speak with. Their female family members almost always turn on them. I am in my early 20s and I see this occur with…… Continue reading When Women Turn Against Each Other In Family
One thing I have truly come to realise lately, something I’ve always known though I’ve never really explored in my thoughts is how important quality time is. The moment I chose to be a domestic woman, more at home than work and definitely full-time at home when I have children, I knew and accepted I…… Continue reading Why I Believe In Being A SAHM And Part-Time Working Wife: It’s Time That Truly Matters
My dear 15-year old Alex, I hope you listen to this letter well, as even though you are quite stubborn there will be quite a bit of wisdom here for you that will help you if you start understanding it now. 1) Don’t buy into the equality crap. For now feminism isn’t as a big…… Continue reading Dear Younger Self,
I guess I can’t help but come to this conclusion based on recent events! I was recently at a social gathering where I got to meet plenty of the outer circle of my SO’s friends. They were all great and I enjoyed myself, I love getting along with everybody and getting to hear what they…… Continue reading There Are More Traditional Men Than Women Now, I Think!
As someone who already has plenty of teaching experience and is currently studying teaching, I’ve been noticing a pattern with parents’ behaviour towards their children’s schooling in the recent decades, especially comparing Asian and Western countries. It happens much more in Western countries rather than Asian countries though it’s been happening all the same. Parents…… Continue reading Dear Parents, Your Kid’s Teachers Are Not Their Parents