I Suck At Blogging

I suck at blogging, there I said it. (But I do love a good Snapchat filter.) I’m just not great at posting everyday, every month, or heck every season. So if you are here, if you are seeing this, know that I appreciate you. I am so thankful for those who have stuck around, and follow me on Facebook and Instagram as well.

It amazes me that people are able to come up with content to post nearly each day, and I really admire that creativity. I just don’t personally feel the need to do that, and only want to share when I feel I can put a good amount of quality and thoughts into my posts. (Because quality over quantity has many bonuses in life!)

Also, being a stay at home mom leaves me feeling like my life is not really interesting. I’m not dressing in cute outfits each day; and I really don’t think people want to read about what my toddler ate for breakfast. (Shocker! It was probably Cheerios and applesauce.)

That all being said, if you know me, then you know I am good at organizing, motivating others, and offering inspiration where needed. I’m also good at fresh, New Years starts. For 2019 we started the year by diving into home organization (the first post can be found here for those interested in checking it out) and I am very excited about what I have planned for us for January 2020!

31 days of home organization, life organization, health, and wellness! We are going to start this off on the correct foot. I really look forward to leading you all through a wonderful, healing process that will set us up for happiness in the new year.

Keep your eyes out shortly after Christmas for the full calendar! I’ll release all of it at once, then each week will get broken down into their own posts, along with daily posts on my Social Media platforms to help explain that days task further.

It’s going to be amazing, and I cannot wait for you to join me!

Until then, have a wonderful holiday season. Spend time with those you love, and be sure to set aside time for YOU.

2 thoughts on “I Suck At Blogging

  1. My house looks like a fabric storm hit. Every available surface in my little house has fabric spread out on it. I am making baby quilts. This makes me happy and leaves my husband frustrated when he can’t find a place to sit down. Don’t worry Lindsay life goes on and we all survive.
    Grandma

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