“That was always my thing growing up. I always wanted to have a family at a young age because I want to have a lot of time and I want to grow together with the family that I’ve made,” she explains.
Although she intends to be a young homemaker, Julia would still want to pursue her career as an actress and be successful at it.
“Married life is not an easy task. While I dream to become a housewife, it’s also nice if I become one who’s independent. Like, you’ve got your own work going on, but your number one priority is your family.”
Julia is happy with the fact that in her generation, men have high regard and respect for women and their accomplishments.
“I’m so proud of this generation because you see more men and husbands for that matter praising their partners. Because they get to witness in their everyday lives, how challenging it is to be a homemaker, a wife, and a mom all at the same time. It’s not that easy taking care of your husband, children, and home simultaneously. Then, you also have to take care of yourself,” she says.
“So, I feel like we’re in a time now when men and everybody else are more appreciative of the efforts given by women. They already see their true value now. They see it more and understand it more now how difficult a job being a homemaker is,” she ends.
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