This study aims to measure the psychological well-being of the housewives. The research method used is a mixed method that combines quantitative and qualitative methods. The chosen mix method approach was sequential designs with an explanatory strategy, which was characterized by collecting and analyzing quantitative data followed by data collection and qualitative data analysis. This study uses convenience sampling technique. The sample consisted of 66 women aged 18-40 years. The technique used is descriptive, so that no hypothesis is tested. The measuring instrument used was the Psychological Well-Being Scale questionnaire. Based on the analysis of the results of the research conducted, it was found that the the majority had moderate psychological well-being. Based on the tests, there were no significant differences in psychological well-being based on demographic factors such as age at marriage, work status before marriage, and monthly income.