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National Housewife’s Day

VK GUPTA. Dated: 11/3/2018 11:26:44 AM


National Housewife’s Day comes on November 3 of every year. Millions of people across the country celebrate National Housewife’s Day and were created to make the day a special one for the stay-at-home mom. Taking concern of the children and the home is a 24/7 job that rarely does not receive the thank you that is much justified.
The term housewife is an old term stemming from the days when most families were supported by one income. The father worked, and the mother stayed home to take care of the house and the children. Times have changed, and it is not always possible for one parent to stay at home, even though it is still preferred by some. Typically, in today’s society, two incomes are needed to support a household. If a mother can stay at home, the term stay-at-home mom or domestic engineer is favored over the term housewife.
How will we celebrate this special day? we will celebrate this day, by honoring my beloved wife, and thanking her for staying home for the family during the child rearing years. Without a doubt, our children grew up much better for it. And, I benefitted by the many sacrifices she made by staying home.
Each year on November 3, millions of people across the country observe National Housewife’s Day. This day was created to make the day a special one for the stay-at-home mom.
Honor the housewife in your family or a housewife that you know. Use NationalHousewifesDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to find the creator and the origin of National Housewife’s Day.The creator of National Housewife’s Day is still unknown. The term housewife is an old term originating from the days when most households were carried by one income. The mother carried home to take care of the house, and the children and father do his work for income. Times have developed, and it is not always possible for one parent to stay at home, even though some still prefer it. Typically, in today’s society, both of the incomes are needed to support a household.
Are you a stay-at-home mom or a respected homemaker? If you believe that you are not as appreciated as you should be for your efforts, Housewife’s Day will help you fight the feeling that your efforts are going largely unnoticed. Or perhaps you are the husband of a housewife who has been accused of underestimating just how much work goes into keeping an entire home under control, not to mention a few children clean and well-behaved. Either way, this day is right for you.
Intended to honor the housewife for her tireless efforts to transform a house into a home, this event has also grown greatly in popularity during recent times. In our career-driven world, being a housewife (our house husband) is looked upon as a sort of easy way out, when it is anything but that. However, recently people have slowly begun to realize that just because someone stays home all day, that doesn’t mean they sleep till noon and spend half of the remainder of the day filing their nails, and that contrary to popular belief, running a home is quite a bit of work indeed.
Nov. 3 celebrates the millions of women across America who work tirelessly each and every day with little appreciation or monetary compensation. It’s National Housewives Day, also called Housewives Day, Housewife's Day and/or Retro Housewives Day. Regardless of what you call it, this annual “holiday” celebrates the importance and many achievements of stay-at-home women. While the origins are unknown, today celebrates those hardworking domestic divas that have never-ending and thankless jobs.
Athough the exact date that Housewife Day was created is difficult to source (as are many such events), many suspect that it was created by an actual housewife; perhaps feeling a bit jaded or not fully appreciated. Unsurprisingly, the idea soon gained a great deal of momentum, considering the vast amount of women who have been housewives over the centuries and millennia.
Celebrating this day will naturally revolve around the housewife or homemaker, and rightfully so. If you are a stay-at-home wife or husband, feel free to treat yourself to a day spa. You deserve it, for all of the floors you’ve washed, all of the diapers you’ve changed, and all of the dinners you’ve cooked! Go on, don’t feel guilty, everyone needs a break every now and then, and don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise!
Find someone trustworthy to watch your children of you have any, and take the day off to enjoy yourself getting a massage, reading book, or just sipping some coffee or wine without having to worry about all of the things that need to be done and whether you’ll have time to do them before your spouse gets home. This day is about you, so make sure you relax fully and recharge your batteries so you can be fresh and ready to start again the next day.
And if you are one of those lucky husbands or wives whose spouse manages the home, taking your significant other out to a well-deserved dinner or on a weekend getaway will show him or her that you do understand the work that goes into taking care of the home and children, and that you are grateful to have a person whom you can depend on for this in your life.
Last of all, make sure Housewife’s Day is not something that happens only once a year, just because that’s when the day falls! One day a year of vacation from a job is not enough for anyone, regardless of the work they do, let alone for someone single-handedly responsible for such an enormous and important task. Do whatever you can to make sure you celebrate Housewife Day once a month or so to keep your spirits up.
It wasn’t all that long ago when most gals were stay-at-home women. While the men went to the office every day, it was the woman’s “job” to take care of the home and the children. Lucy Ricardo, Betty Crocker and June Cleaver made it look so easy! But times have changed. Many of today’s women have to work out of the home due to financial necessity or other obligations. And after putting in a full day at “work,” household chores, homework, school activities, paying the bills, buying groceries and making meals must also be done.
Whether you are a woman who works inside or outside the home, the old saying, "a woman's work is never done,” is as true today as it was decades ago. From chef, nurse, maid and seamstress to chauffeur, teacher, gardener and referee, women wear many hats every day. And with the holiday season right around the corner, life is about to become even more hectic.
Housewife's Day is dedicated to all those women, who stay at home and take care off the children instead of going somewhere to work. A housewife is a woman whose occupation it is to manage all chores and duties regarding the housekeeping and child education.
Since the actual origin of the Housewife's Day is unknown, it is suspected that a housewife created this day in order to gain more appreciation for her hard work at home. So if you are a housewife, take the day of and enjoy doing nothing for a change. Otherwise show your wife or mother the appreciation she deserves by helping her out to finish the housework and take her out for dinner.

 

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