The idea behind her homemaking philosophy is to present recipes that women on the go can make without a whole lot of fuss.
Training for homemaking, then, must go hand in hand with training for some phase of industrial life.
There they were taught, by practical experience, the art of homemaking.
The art work of the schools may also contribute generously to the body of homemaking knowledge.
She was brought up on the theory that a woman's only legitimate profession is homemaking.
Office work may prove an excellent training for certain phases of homemaking work.
The homemaking expert we are training will have a better plan.
Marriage and homemaking, therefore, are no longer inseparably connected in the woman's mind.
Choice and not necessity must be the rule in all our training for homemaking.
As for the more strenuous tasks connected with homemaking, they served as natural and pleasurable vents for her surplus energy.