Researchers studied the bedrooms of 2,000 men and women to find out what color rooms lead to more and better sleep. They found that those snoozing in a blue room got more shut-eye.
Here are the bedroom colors, and the average amount of hours the people in those rooms slept:
The research found that couples who had a “luxurious caramel” color scheme in their room had sex about three times a week; those who had red rooms only got it on once a week.
Would you want to turn back the clock to a simpler time, when men were the breadwinners and women were the homemakers? It would be nice if I made enough money so that my wife didn't have to work. Here in 2013 that's more a rarety than the norm. It takes both the husband and the wife, working together in harmony , to run the household. And we do things for each other, not one strictly serving the other. That's old-fashioned thinking. The bottom line...no one wants to be treated like a servant. (Matt Appleby)
But such was the case in 1955 when Housekeeping Monthly ran an article about how to be a “good wife”… and by our standards, it’s pretty shocking.
Here are some quotes taken directly from the magazine … enjoy:
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