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

Dating · Traditional Values

Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living & Relationships

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

Motivation · Traditional Values

Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living Against Society & Its Myths

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

Motivation · Traditional Values

Dare To Be Domestic: Traditional Living For Women

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

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

Thoughts · Traditional Values

I Love Lucy vs Bewitched: I’d Rather Ride A Broomstick

Some of you would know that while I enjoy I Love Lucy for its comedy and its beautiful fifties aesthetic, I did not like its narrative surrounding Lucy as being a disobedient and basically dysfunctional housewife. I could go on and on though I think my post covers this well enough. Though there is another…… Continue reading I Love Lucy vs Bewitched: I’d Rather Ride A Broomstick

Thoughts · Traditional Values

The Long Walk Of Contemplation To The Altar

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