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
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 was born in the 90s and frankly, I feel as if women born in the decades before me in general are much stronger. They are stronger when it comes to their emotional resilience. Why do I think of this? Let’s go through my day. In the morning I scroll through my Facebook feed and…… Continue reading Feel-Good Fixes For Women Are Everywhere: Why Are We Babying Women?
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!
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!
Today I actually feel especially proud of myself. I had knitted a couple of pieces for a fundraising event and donated them myself, even when I wasn’t a part of the event. When I found out about it, I went straight to knitting until I had a couple of things for them. The organisers were…… Continue reading The Distinguished Generation Vs The ‘Me’ Generation: What I Learned From The Distinguished
Here is basically the second part, the second important scaffold to love: trust. Most people, when asked whether they trust their partner would answer yes. Do you truly trust your partner? Really? If your man told you he wanted to try cooking something for the first time, when he doesn’t cook, would you let him?…… Continue reading Trust Me On This One: Trust Your Man
Some months ago, at the start of my new relationship I made some commitments to myself to keep on my end on everything. These are the tenets that I wanted to act by, wise reminders and attitudes for several situations I might encounter in the relationship as well as the overall situation. I think it’s…… Continue reading Relationship Check-up: A Few Months Down The Road
As an Asian woman and having lived in both an Asian country and Western country for significant periods of my lives, I have noticed the great cultural differences as a whole. I’ve dealt with culture shock myself personally- it’s a confusing, wild ride. There are many developed countries in Asia, Japan, China (sort of), South…… Continue reading Ladies, Maybe You Are Being Oppressed – Though Not The Way That You Think