I Like Messy and I’m Ok with That.

Life is too short to be spotless.

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If you ever visit me at home, one thing you won’t get is spotless. If spotless and squeaky clean are what your looking for, I’m not your person. I learned the hard way after having children and feeling pressured by others to be the ‘perfect spotless parent’ that a person can waste half of their precious time and energy away by trying to be extra tidy. Of course, it is…

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