homemaking


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home·mak·er

 (hōm′mā′kər)
n.
One who manages a household, especially as one's main daily activity.

home′mak′ing n.
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Noun1.homemaking - the management of a household
management, direction - the act of managing something; "he was given overall management of the program"; "is the direction of the economy a function of government?"
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You had the fun of homemaking without the bother of a husband.
This year, Home Centre, the region's leading home retailer, has launched its 'Do/Redo' campaign, aimed at reviving the joys of homemaking.
This year, Home Centre, the region's leading home retailer, has launched its 'Do/Redo' campaign, aimed at reviving the joys of homemaking. This campaign seeks to touch and support every stage of a home-owner's life, to strengthen their emotional bond with their living spaces and enable them to truly enjoy the experience of homemaking by feeling more indulged and involved.
Items in the "Girls' Toys" category depict career choices with "low pay" such as a retail assistant or hairdresser and motherhood, homemaking, appearance and dress were also depicted.
One way to maximize informal caregivers' caregiving capacity may be to expand the supply of affordable, reliable homemaking support services.
(2) Although refugee camps are framed as a temporary stop on the path to one of the UNHCR's durable solutions (voluntary repatriation, local integration, and third country resettlement), refugees often end up living in camps for a decade or more and in doing so, must confront the paradox of settled life and homemaking in a temporary space.
SHANNON HAYES: Radical homemaking is not a womanonly movement.
But fear not because love's young dream is about to get some help with this smart volume full of great ideas to make homemaking easy.
It is a cultural diagnosis and a theological prescription--both a prophetic critique and constructive alternate vision--that "reads" our present and biblical past through the metaphor of "home." On this telling, God is a hospitable, homemaking Creator who makes room for humanity in creation.