Today, my post is dedicated explicitly to homemakers. We typically use this term for a person (especially a woman) who manages a home, usually as a spouse and a parent, and not earning money from a job. We’ll dedicate this post to all those taking care of their homes, prioritizing their families irrespective of their gender or employment status.
A few of our very common tasks are like:
- Getting up every morning on time
- Ensuring others are awake on time
- Planning and cooking the meals for the whole day
- Keeping the home clean
- Laundry work
- Procuring required things from the market
Apart from this, we are involved in innumerable other tasks. We often find it challenging to maintain a balance between “the time we have to do things” and “how properly should we do these things.” However mundane these tasks might sound, these are highly significant and an indispensable part of our lifestyle.
We are frequently reminded and warned of the criticality of our work via news channels and TV ads.
- Are you sure the vegetables and fruits you eat are germ-free?
- Is everything your baby puts into his mouth safe?
- Did you ensure your family members washed hands after returning home?
- Are your children playing on the unclean, dirty grounds?
- Is your washing powder and bar keeping your utensils and clothes ‘really’ clean?
- Is your pet unsoiled?
- Do you find your hand wash or sanitizer effective?
No matter how much we ignore, these situations do pose alarming questions and make us rethink!!
Be cautious ✔ but not worried ❌ about your hygiene!
Avani Raj Arora