After marriage women can either become working mums or housewives. However, the society has made it seem like being a housewife is such a bad thing. If you’re a housewife, don’t get discouraged with whatever people say, look at the big picture.
While there are many advantages and disadvantages of being a working woman after getting married, here are some benefits of being a housewife
The most appealing and attractive benefit of being a housewife is the amount of extra time you get on your hands as compared to women following a routine 9-5 work life. You don’t have to hurry through life as you are not under any obligation to adhere to time limits, and do work in a particular way. Not only for leisure, but there is also more time to do things around the house in a relaxed manner instead of being under the scare of a boss.
A housewife can just put her legs up and relax on her bed if ever she is sick, but a working woman will have to think twice, think of the excuse, to tell the boss and fear the consequences she would have to face if she takes more than a day off. The fatigue of work stress, fulfilling deadlines, commuting to and fro and the guilt of giving work priority over family are factors that working woman have to bear, unlike their stay at home counterparts.
If as a housewife you ever feel the need to also economically empower yourself, then you can start working from home. In this way you are not caught in the rut of a hectic office environment, and you also earn your bit for the family while taking god care of the house.
What is important at the end of the day is having a happy family with good well behaved children. If being one works well for your family, embrace it. What is recommended is that even as housewife, get something doing and dont just be a full time housewife.