As the research progressed, we also learnt that the factors affecting working mothers' wellbeing are primarily external. These were the result of problems with the system as a whole. A working mother performs the majority of housework and childcare, which is unpaid. However, her partner's productivity at work is not affected when compared to hers. It is unfair that the value created at home is not paid for financially, because in the grand scheme of life, it does create value for others. Why is this invisible value not getting paid? Is this not gendered? Is the current evaluation system not creating "pain points" for working mothers? With these questions in mind, we made our future what-if scenario: "What if invisible value, which is value created outside of work that isn't currently measured by an index, could be evaluated economically?