Giving Women A Break Relaxation As A Way To Regain Health And Happiness

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More and more women are now taking center stage and carving their own niche in the business industry. Unlike before, women are now accepted and expected to perform well outside the confines of the home. More than just raising children and taking care of domestic chores, women are empowered to pursue their own dreams and prove themselves as being capable of succeeding in endeavors that were traditionally reserved for men. Today, many women are able to engage in various activities based on the career or lifestyle they choose. They are no longer “caged” in the house, consigned to wait for the husband’s arrival from work and to taking care of every need and want of their children. In almost every endeavor and discipline — in government, business, the academe, and other important fields of work — one can find women of stature and significance.

Still, even if it is quite unfair, women still do most of the work at home. Apart from their day job, they still face the challenge of balancing and fixing their schedule in order to accommodate the children and the husband, not to mention her relatives and friends. Aside from doing domestic chores, a career woman is also expected to attend her children’s school activities; do the laundry, clean the house, balance the family budget, do the marketing, and all other errands in between.

Given their hectic work schedules and the ever-present demands at home, it is no surprise that many women are tired and stressed out. A typical working woman with a family spends her morning preparing lunch meals for the children, doing fast errands, and preparing for work

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