Is today's modern woman also single?
I think it depends on the job you have. Once upon a time I worked in a company that had a gym, post office and dry cleaner in the basement. I didn't do much of anything all day long except play on the computer. In that scenario I could probably do all the things on that list. I could handle bills and such during work hours. I could run errands and get in forty-five minutes of working out during lunch. I'd have money to hire a housekeeper. But I left that boring job and became a teacher. Now I'm exhausted at the end of the day - but at least I'm making a difference, not just a profit for someone else.
I like this :)
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