Reader Jeff sent me a href=”http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/femail/article.html?in_article_id=399038in_page_id=1879#StartComments”this article /aabout the new generation of British women who want the easy life:br /br /blockquoteA new survey has revealed that a generation of young women are rejecting high-flying careers in favour of a life of ease and luxury. The so-called ‘Easy Life Generation’ have seen their mothers struggle with demanding jobs while trying to raise families and have no desire to follow in their footsteps. br /br /New Woman magazine discovered they desire wealth and status without the demands of long hours in the workplace, and many hope to marry wealthy partners. Celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss and Big Brother’s Chantelle Houghton are their role models. So are the Easy Lifers being naive and selfish, or just realistic? FEMAIL finds out . . . /blockquotebr /br /Wow, I guess this is why women needa href=”http://drhelen.blogspot.com/2006/08/warning-men-not-working.html” to keep men working/a. If the shoe is on the other foot and men decide to opt out, how is this new generation of golddigging leeches–I mean–”easy life generation” of ladies going to make it in the style they have become accustomed to? Afterall, they have their role models (Posh Spice, Kate Moss, etc.) to live up to. What could be more important?
August 4, 2006 - 11:54 am