Did you perhaps mean homemaking?
- n. alternative spelling of homemaking.
“If your calling is home-making, that's another issue ... but even in the 50s I think most unmarried women had jobs or were in school.”
“Just reading how someone did a bit of ironing or cake-making or anything home-making related inspires me.”
“The bigger picture of the last 50 years is that we've taken girls 'education much more seriously than we did – 50 years ago girls were not going to have a career, they would leave schools and move into motherhood and home-making.”
“And yes, while some women rejected home-making as a hopelessly dead-end life, there were many of us feminists who were both politically savvy gender-wise and proudly in touch with the skills of our mothers and grandmothers.”
“The housewife's job is home-making, and she is, in fact, 'making the best of it'; making the best of it by bringing patience and loving care to her work; sympathy and understanding to her family; making the best of it by seeing all the fun in the day's incidents and human relationships.”
“The housewife realizes that home-making is an investment in happiness.”
“I have been surprised by what my heart has told me - that I am happiest as a mother and wife, home-making.”
“Looking through my old issues of the beautiful Victoria magazine (A favorite of yours too!) inspires me in my home-making and manners.”
“Then, in the place of home-making joys, she tries to conjure up joy through meditative and spiritual-warfare techniques.”
“From reading good Christian home-making blogs I am seeing that there is a swing back to real life & real values which is heartening to see.”
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