Total Votes: 150
I say yes because we are human and have busy lives and a small home so if a gym bag in the front room disqualifies me or school books on the kitchen table knocks me out of the running then so be it - but my home is always welcoming
I don't understand why it would be. I live here. LOL
During the week it isnt so bad since me and the girls arent home to mess it up that much. On the weekends, its not so much the home that isnt ready for company, its me. I usually stay in Pj's unless I have somewhere to be, same with my girls. Its relax time for us. My family and friends know to give me a little notice before they come by.
Define ''company"? lol I let close friends in even if my house is a wreck but there are people I would be embarassed to show my home some days.
The woman in the avi pic is not me, she is my inspiration. I am a wife, a mother, and an aspiring trainer and nutritionist. I love seeing people get fit and healthy to lead the lives they are meant to live.
Yes. I hate it when one of my friends wants me to come over and then is like "give me a bit to clean the bathroom or kitchen or whatever" Really? What if I just showed up, would you let me in? My home is always clean...always.
I asked because I feel like I'm always running around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to keep things organized. I am constantly mopping and bleaching my house, even though I very rarely have company. I just didn't know what's "normal". If someone walked in, my house is CLEAN and doesn't smell, it's just not spotless. Kid's toys all over their room , dishes in the sink, etc.
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