Arrange his pillow and offer to take off his shoes. Instead, try to understand his world of strain and pressure and his need to unwind and relax.
THE GOAL: TO MAKE YOUR HOME A PLACE OF PEACE AND ORDER WHERE YOUR HUSBAND CAN RELAX IN BODY AND SPIRIT." Most wives in the 1950's had one job: to be a homemaker.
now days if we want to do all of this for our husband and children they know we are doing it out of love and care not just a job.
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Many today believe a woman can find her highest calling in ways other than simply being a homemaker, but the homemaker of the 1950's was relieved of what many, then and now, consider an onerous chore in itself: earning an income.
There our some good things and bad thing about all of this, back then Housewife had to do all of this other wise they were considered a bad housewife!
One Car and No Microwave • Not only were wives in the 1950's expected to cook and serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, they were expected to have a house that was neat and tidy, and to keep their hair and makeup attractive.
There were no microwaves, sometimes not even an electric vacuum; there was certainly no dishwasher.