Yes, be open to new things. Learn. Pay for those skills if you have to. Don’t overlook the things you ought to learn when you can. Never let an opportunity to become a better woman pass you by.
I have heard of ladies who do not know how to cook. Some don’t like it either. It sounds weird to me. If you’re in that category, look for where to learn how to. Enrol in a culinary school if necessary. Stop loading yourself with noodles and soft drinks. Learn how to make healthy meals. I know you would have thought I was going to say it’s necessary because of your husband. Yes, but You need to take good care of your body too. A woman needs adequate nutrition. So does your husband and the children. Take good care of that man. Feed him with nutritious and tasty meals. Learn how to make those seemingly difficult meals. Make them once a while. Stop the monotony. Variety is the spice of life. Your husband loves a particular meal that you don’t know how to prepare, sis, go learn how to prepare it.
I’ve also seen ladies who don’t like babies. Their vomit, poop, and even cries irritates them. If you’re unmarried and you have this problem, it’s time to grow up. Help take care of other people’s children when the opportunity arises. You will be doing yourself a whole lot of good. Learn form nursing mums around you. I bet it will be easier for you when you start having your own kids.
I have seen ladies open their legs wide while seated. It’s practically un-lady like. Learn how to sit properly. Be conscious of how you sit in public. Well, except you are doing it to seduce a man, then it’s deliverance you need. I bet, it’ll be easier if you practised sitting properly in private. It’ll become normal for you to sit correctly in public without having to struggle with keeping your legs closed. Well another option will be not to wear those short skirts anymore. But even when you don’t, still sit like a lady.
Walk like a princess that you are. I’m sure no real princess drags her legs while walking. Neither does she wobble around like a heavily laden woman. Walk with grace. You are the daughter of The King of kings. Portray who you truly are.
Dress like a real princess, not like a slave. A princess has assess to adequate clothing. So why choose to be scantily dressed? Cover up your nakedness.
I’d like you to meditate on this:
The bride, a princess, looks glorious in her golden gown. (Psalms 45:13 NLT)
OMOSEBI, Mary Omolola