How To Use Homemaking In A Sentence

  • I would love for her to be able to use your old posts for a basic education in godly homemaking. New Book
  • Southwestern Baptist, one of the nation's largest Southern Baptist seminaries, is introducing a new academic program in homemaking as part of an effort to establish what its president calls biblical family and gender roles. August 10th, 2007
  • Although the vast majority of contemporary couples have dual incomes, women carry a disproportionate amount of the burden of homemaking, childcare, and eldercare.
  • Soviet women carry the main burden of shopping, homemaking and child rearing.
  • In English parlance (or at least the parlance of my university generation), my - and it sounds like your - core identity is a 'bluestocking' - female, bookish, determined to make up their own mind, not into power/material things in any competitive way (though we are often surprisingly domestic in selected areas, such as cake baking or crafting or homemaking, and we tend to amass books), fascinated by knowledge for its own sake and driven to find out more and to share what we find with others. A New Chapter, Or a Different Story?
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  • No, they should be worried that so many young girls are convinced, from an early age, that homemaking is demeaning and unmeaningful, and that mothers at home are second-rate. Archive 2008-07-01
  • I think housekeeping is closely linked to homemaking.
  • We should not take a particular version of the family institution, such as the 1950s model of the suit-wearing, bread-winning dad and aproned, homemaking mother, and try to preserve it in aspic. Nick Clegg mocks Conservatives over '1950s view' of British family
  • Mrs. Conrad began her career in the area hosting cooking and homemaking shows before transitioning to a weathercaster during the early 1950s. PM Update: Muggy with a few showers
  • After a decent interval, a period of dating and familiarisation, and ultimately marriage and homemaking, the first children were born.
  • Puritan women expected to submit to their husbands and to focus on homemaking as their career.
  • Many women still place emphasis on the importance of homemaking.
  • In this sense, the Web preserves the main value of the fairy tale, that is, its illimitable capacity of homemaking.
  • NT unpaid household labor • RT economic value of women's work • homemaking • unpaid labor force • valuing children • volunteer work • The term unpaid employment in A Women's Thesaurus is a subdivision of • employment. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • I couldn't imagine contemporary female audiences buying a plot wherein conniving men turn their wives into homemaking robots.
  • Hidden away in the English countryside, these simple shelters, made of coppiced hazel and willow covered in army-surplus canvas and other easily sourced natural materials, are part of a fine tradition of independent and ecologically savvy homemaking. Junkitecture and the Jellyfish theatre
  • Soviet women carry the main burden of shopping, homemaking and child rearing.

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