National Housewife’s Day
National Housewife’s Day should be celebrated everyday. While we can’t see if it’s easier working outside the home or being a full-time housewife, we can say both of them are definitely difficult jobs. The housewife’s definition isn’t easy since there a number of tasks they are responsible for. These tasks include being the organizer, planner and manager of the house. This includes the children’s schedules, as well as the significant others schedule. In addition, they are responsible for cooking and keeping the home and its inhabitants clean.
When is it Celebrated?
Type of Holiday?
How to Celebrate the Housewife?
Since the housewife’s definition includes a number of tasks there are a number of ways to honor the housewife
- Clean up after yourself
- Take him/her out to dinner
- Buy a gift
- Give a thank you card
- Give them the day off
- Give them a spa day or a manicure/pedicure from the family
Trivia/Facts about Housewife’s Day:
- The modern word for housewife is homemaker
- The workweek is said to be approximately 96 hours
- The pay for this job should be approximately $162,000 (hiring a chauffer, secretary, nanny,chef and personal assistant doesn’t come cheap.)
- There is no source for how the day started but something tells us it was created by an under appreciated housewife
- There is no vacation time for a housewife
Popular Social Media Hashtags:
#happyhousewifesday #housewifesday #nationalhousewifesday #sandwichday
Famous People who celebrate their Birthday on November 3rd:
- Kendall Jenner – Super Model, Part of the Kardashian clan
- Colin Kaepernick – Former NFL Football player
- Charles Bronson – Actor
- Anna Wintour – Fashion Editor at Vogue Magazine
- Roseanne Baar – Comedian
- Phil Simms – Former NFL Player
Don’t forget National Sandwich Day is also celebrated today! Other days to celebrate in November include Daylight Saving Day, Nachos Day, Candy Day and many more. Check out all the holidays in November right here!