😊 The happy housewife 😊
1. You see your children grow up
The biggest guilt working women have to face is the lack of time they have to devote to their children. They are torn between working and being with their children and watch them grow. A housewife is always there with her kids and manages to foster them in a loving manner and witness such moments like their first steps, their first words, etc.
2. You have more time
One of the most attractive and appealing benefits of being a housewife is the amount of extra time you have as compared to women who work 5-9 hours daily. You don’t need to hurry through life because you have no obligation to adhere to time limits and do work in a certain way. You have more time to do things around the house and you are not under the scare of an angry boss.
3. You have more freedom
When you’re a housewife, you’re your own boss. Your house itself is your office and you can even employ people to help you out like maids, cooks, gardeners, etc. You can see TV shows, catch up with your best friends for lunch, get a good night’s sleep, indulge in social networking, and enjoy more freedom than working women who have less leisure time.
4. You feel less tired
A housewife can relax on her bed if she is sick, but a woman who works should have to think of the excuse to tell her boss and fear the consequences she might face if she takes more than one day off. The guilt of giving work priority over family, fulfilling deadlines, work stress, and daily commuting to and fro office are factors that a working woman has to bear, unlike a housewife.
5. Get the best of both worlds
If you are a housewife and you feel the need to economically empower yourself, you can work from home. In this way you’re not caught in the rut of a busy office environment, and you also earn some money while taking care of the house. When you are a housewife, you get the best of both worlds!
This was myTake, on why shall a woman become a housewife if it's possible, these are the most important traits that i can remember till now, feel free to add some more, based on your own experience...