Minor Issues: I once fantasised about sending my kids to a Housework Academy

Housework is not considered a 21st century competency which would help our offspring to earn big bucks in future. PHOTO: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - Once, I had a fantasy. That I could send my kids to a Housework Academy.

Just like sending them for enrichment classes, they would develop respect for the importance of housework and life skills which, come to think about it, are critical and which they would likely require more than piano or art or gymnastics.

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