It's all about new techniques -- simplifying old techniques, and consolidating steps. Making things go faster, but not worse.
There are many women in the world that believe it is unprogressive, some going as far to say that it’s downright insensitive to say that women belong in the home, but that isn’t what I’m saying at all. I’m simply saying that in most cases for women, there is a desire to not just maintain the home, but watch after the children. Whether it be maternal instinct or social conditioning is a debate for another day, but it’s something that is definitely ingrained in the hearts and minds of women everywhere. The painful truth of feminism is that women in most cases at least have the ambition toward being a mother and an astute wife.
A native of Northwest Washington, D.C., author and entrepreneur Pharice M. Brown presents her first eBook, You’re a Bad Wife Because You Can’t Clean the House? A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Home Mother-in-Law Approved.
Brown is President of her multi-industry firm, Pharice Brown & Associates, LLC, which offers a wealth of professional services such as environmentally safe cleaning and space management and event/meeting planning and management.
In addition to penning You’re a Bad Wife, Brown holds a plethora of top level positions, from current Public Relations Director for the JD Donaghe 2016 Presidential Campaign, to Chairperson for We Women International, a 501( c ) 3 nonprofit which supports, empowers and encourages women to reach their utmost potential.
Pharice Brown & Associates, LLC:
Cleaning the house seems to be a simple yet daunting task and strange as it may sound some men do care how a lady keeps the home. Her home or their home, men like to see a clean place to dirty up. But really. There have been many male clients that have told me that he is not going to marry her until she does better in the area of housekeeping. Now because not many have gone into why there have been some that have mentioned how upset their mother was when she came over and saw the house in a condition that though to be less than acceptable. Does a mother or mother-in-law have that much control at their son's home? Is getting married worth learning to "keep" a home?
You’re a Bad Wife
Cleaning does not have to kill you, but to do a thorough job will require you to dedicate time to make sure it is right. Ok, let’s keep it real, no one likes cleaning; well no one with other things to do. It needs to be done; so why not do it right. More and more lately I am hearing men say, “females now don’t clean.” And, “I thought my wife knew how to clean.” Now I don’t know about you, but who has that type of time anymore? I can hear some now, “I don’t!” Well make time! You may clean your house, but I am going to teach you how to “keep a house”. I cannot tell you how many times I have gone to a client’s home and the man-of-the house said to me, “I’m glad you’re here, she doesn’t know what she’s doing”. Another has said, “My girlfriend needs to learn to clean if she wants to get married.” Yes, it is that serious. I am sure you are familiar with the scenario of the mother-in-law visiting her son and the new wife’s housekeeping skills do not meet her standards. However, if you don’t know, you don’t know.