If I don't
If I don't feel like it, I don't have to get up when Kevin has to go to work.
If I don't feel like it, I don't have to get dressed until noon or at all.
If I don't feel like it, I don't have to put on make-up, do my hair, or wear deodorant.
If I don't
If I don't get up with Kevin in the morning, I don't want to go to bed when he needs to. And I hate it when couples don't go to bed together. If it works for you awesome. For me though it's a great time to connect, when you're snuggling under the covers, not necessarily snuggling with each other but with the blanket and getting all cozy for the night. It's a great time for some unique conversation. In fact I would say it's almost my favorite time of the day. So I do get up with Kevin.
If I don't get dressed the day is all wrong and I become a whiny little bitch. I feel unaccomplished and it means I spend my day doing nothing. I like getting dressed and starting my day off right. I can be so productive within the first 3 hours of waking!
If I don't feel like it, I don't put on make-up or wear deodorant. I'm a lucky gal in the sense that I don't get smelly, so I don't always need deodorant. And a fresh cleaned face with moisturizer is a beautiful feeling. But my hair is like my clothes. Even if it's a simply pony-tail nothing gets done, until my hair is brushed, pulled and curled.
Who I do it for?
I do it for me.
If I want a good meal, I cook it to share with my husband, not for him.
When I work out, it's because I love the feeling of being strong and empowered.
My hair, my make-up, my clothes are all designed for me. To make me feel like who I want to be.
When you become a stay-at-home wife. People make a ton of assumptions. I'm in this place because I worked hard for it and while I am having a hard time with some things, I am excited about other things. Ask before assuming and this is just towards me. It's towards any man, woman and child on this earth. Find a persons story, everyone has one to share.
I'm a lifestyle blogger, covering deep subjects including body images, battles with food, and overcoming how I was raised. I try to be as authentic as possible and I don’t sugar coat how I see things.