5 Lessons I Learned from the 50s Housewife and How I Adapted Them to Modern Life

I would love to claim I was always too cool, too independent or something to desire the times of clear gender roles, limited choices, fortifying schedules, and strict standards of normal and beautiful. I would love to claim those things. It would absolutely be a lie.

The Politics of Parenting

I used to think parenting was political because I am political, my family is political, but as I'm exposed to more parents online and in the real world, I realize I was wrong. Parenting is inherently political. Breastfeeding or bottle feeding? Private school, homeschool, or public school? City culture or country life? Everything is political. Every choice we make is scrutinized. Every box we check puts us into a column: "Us" or "Them".