Make the economy work for the home, not vice versa
I want to build a world that sees the work which takes place in the home as valuable, as the work of our hearts, and not as something to be outsourced. When we outsource the work of the home, we outsource our own lives. Let’s reclaim the home and find a way to make the economy work for it, rather than dismantle the home to build an economy that can’t figure out how to adequately value things which have no price, like the joy of a child and mother together.
Tara Ann Thieke. This whole piece by Thieke recounting her various disturbing experiences as a caregiver is worth reading.