The Home Truth!

Good evening lovelies,

Last night, I mentioned in my post that I currently have 5 crates of stuff piled up on my living room floor. Well, readers, here it is!

As you can see, it’s an absolute eyesore that’s needed sorting out for weeks, but you know what? Other things and my readers are far more important!

The good news is that it only took me about twenty minutes to organise it, but the bad news is that most of it is now piled in semi-organised piles on my coffee/dining table (it converts, don’t judge me!). I’ll have to put that lot away now before I can do anything else, but hey, it’s all part of the process.

As a blogger and housewife, I believe that one of the most important things I can do for you is to be authentic, to let you in and let you get to know me. Of course, that won’t be to completely let you get to know me, but it will be enough that I don’t feel the need to shamefully hide my crates of disorganised heaven-knows-what from you.

I was inspired to this idea of sharing life behind the scenes by my blogger-friend, V at #MillenialLifeCrisis. I think more and more bloggers are beginning to be more honest about the fact that blogger life isn’t nearly as perfect as it’s made to appear. I think that’s great! For bloggers, I think the need to compete and feel like you belong and only bring your A game is so prevalent that knowing that everybody else struggles in some way can go a long way to help you feel less alone. It helps to know that nobody is perfect, we all have ways that we can improve.

On that note, it’s now time for me to put my laptop away, wipe down my desk and get back to my housewifely duties.

Until tomorrow, folks!

Stay well,

Helen xx

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