Against Feminism/MRA · Thoughts

Young People & Avoiding Responsibility: A Trend In The West

Nowadays, what I find really odd is the attitude of young people in the West avoiding responsibilities in settling down, whether through marriage or having a family or both. The idea of having a family, settling down or even marrying is seen as ‘boring’ or something to be avoided as long as possible, after all…… Continue reading Young People & Avoiding Responsibility: A Trend In The West

Thoughts · Traditional Values

The Demonisation Of Dads: Bring Back Our Fathers

As some of you may already know, I was raised from my teen years by my father. My mother left the picture and it was just my sibling and I under our father’s care. It was a tumultuous time full of confusion, sadness and shock. My father for one, had not wanted or even expected…… Continue reading The Demonisation Of Dads: Bring Back Our Fathers

Thoughts · Traditional Values

Aspire Not To Have More But To Be More

This week my father and I had a good look through our family finances, the bills – we had to chuckle when we realised that the same pattern had repeated the last few months with our electricity bill. We were under the consumption limit for a one person household. We are a three person family…… Continue reading Aspire Not To Have More But To Be More

Motivation · Thoughts

For The Go-Getters Out There: How To Handle Goals and Self-Inflicted Pressures

Recently, there’s been some discussions in my family regarding a personality trait we all share, us three. It’s that go-getter attitude that many people admire or even want to have – a determined, straight-forward attitude that focuses on one step after another towards the goal. I am proud to have it, we all are, though…… Continue reading For The Go-Getters Out There: How To Handle Goals and Self-Inflicted Pressures

Inspiration & Decor · Thoughts

A Clean, ‘Living’ Home: Why Neat Is Good, But Not Immaculate

Due to the holidays, I have spent more time at home since schools are closed, which is where I do my outside work. In the meantime, I have had plenty of time to do some inside work (my housework) and even some serious general cleaning chores I’ve been putting off for a while. I think…… Continue reading A Clean, ‘Living’ Home: Why Neat Is Good, But Not Immaculate

Inspiration & Decor · Traditional Values

Happy December! Some Christmas Tips For The Early Bird Ladies

I understand that in an American context, I might sound completely idiotic and I’ll accept that. The thing that people internationally need to know about Australia is… ..well, we sort of suck at general holidays. We are sort of losers when it comes to having holiday cheer, we have way less decor than everyone else…… Continue reading Happy December! Some Christmas Tips For The Early Bird Ladies

Motivation · Traditional Values

Handling Hardships: Discrimination and Being There For Your SO

I knew when I decided to live my life in this way, prioritising time for my family first and foremost as a domestic woman, that I would be judged for this for the rest of my life. Discriminated against, especially and maybe even openly hated. While I know this very well, it can be difficult…… Continue reading Handling Hardships: Discrimination and Being There For Your SO