A Woman’s Work Is Never Done
... unless she's a famous influencer?
“In the morning I get up at 5:30 a.m. I clean the house, then I wake up the children at 7. I get them ready, make them breakfast, then at 7:30, we leave for school. At 8:30, I start work. I clean two offices, then at 11, I go to a lady's house to clean until 3.30 p.m.
At 4 p.m. I pick up the children. I take them home and help them with their homework. Three days a week, I take my youngest to a physiotherapist at 5.30 p.m. The other days, there’s my daughter's catechism classes and my other daughter’s gym lessons. By 7:30 p.m. it's dinner time, because at 8 p.m. I have to go clean offices when they close. Then by 10 p.m. I come back and put them to bed.
I tidy up and at midnight, I go to sleep too. Since my husband’s gone, this is my life. I don’t want much, but a half an hour to myself every now and then would be nice.”
“Sure, think of yourself as free.”*
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