In her cleaning posts she talks about how no one in the 50s had TV, and only listened to the radio. Which is nuts because the 1950s was the rise in home TV, and the beginning of the end for radio shows. If no one had TV, then why is she extolling the virtues of The Donna Reed Show and Leave it to Beaver? No one with a TV means no need for TV shows.
She also says that every 50s mother walked their children to and from school Every. Single. Day. (how they stayed thin). I have lots of friends who grew up in the 1950s and 1960s who walked to school alone from 1st grade on. Lots of them rode the school bus. None of them had moms who walked them to school.
She says that a 50s housewife walked to the butcher's, baker's, candlestick makers to do her shopping. Ummm ... supermarkets were big in the 1950s (A&P anyone) and mom and pop stores were on the way out. I guess she also completely forgot about the rise of the suburbs in the late 1940s - 1950s which were residential only and away from stores.
This woman has created a 1950s world that never existed, while telling us that's how we should live in 2017.
I think it's her advocacy of the fake high-pitched girly girly voice that literally squeals with excitement that drives me up the wall / makes me cringe the most.
Full disclosure here -- I say this as someone who has a naturally somewhat higher pitched, soft, kind of girly voice (with a southern accent) that has me often mistaken for younger than I am on the phone.
I do not, however, squeal with delight when excited. Because that's just ridiculous in anyone who is not a 10 yr old girl at a One Dimension concert.