While all the advice I will be giving here is fairly practical, with work and finance, approaching dating and vetting, there is also the important point of- you. Before all those other matters. You need to be ready. Being a Domestic Woman can be emotionally tough, since, like I had said before nearly everybody will…… Continue reading Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living Against Society & Its Myths
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 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?
First of all, Happy New Years’ everyone! It’s a lovely day to welcome the coming year, a time for reminiscing and being grateful that the last year brought upon plenty of learning experiences and happy memories. I tend to be quite sentimental at this time of the year compared to the usual sentimentality I already…… Continue reading That Stepford Gal In 2017-18: Bustin’ Through Resolutions Like A Boss
The shores of Australia have been graced by the lovely presence of none other than Milo Yiannopoulos, provocateur, debate-creator, shit-stirrer and basically the man who set me on this path on the first place. He is a motivational speaker, I would give him that label, since he inspired me to accept and be who I…… Continue reading Welcome To Australia, Milo! Meeting The Dangerous Faggot For Judgement Gay
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