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3 reasons you will love the book Confessions of a Domestic Failure

Confessions of a domestic failure

Confessions of a Domestic Failure

Confessions of a domestic failure

When I find a good book I get into this mode where it’s like cancel my life I need to read this book. As a parent, I found this moment in the form of staying up (very late) and finishing it in one night. Yes, if I am that into a book I read it fast…I may have a little bit of an addictive personality.

The book is about Ashley Keller, a new mom whose husband works late and she’s barely feeling like she’s got it all together. She enters a contest (and wins) to be mentored by a popular blogger/influencer in a Motherhood Better boot camp and her journey of being a hot mess mom is something we can all relate to.

Written by Bunmi Laditan the author of the hilarious Twitter feed Honest Toddler Confessions of a Domestic Failure is one of my new favourite books and these are 3 reasons why you will love it.

3 reasons you will love the Confessions of a Domestic Failure

It reminds you of other favourite books – If you were a fan of the Shopaholic books this character will definitely remind you of Becky Bloomwood with a touch of Bridget Jones Diary. Mental note, find those books to re-read

You can see yourself in this book – These days how many of us see the picture perfect Instagram or Facebook posts where can’t help but think that person’s life is sunshine and rainbows while your goal of the day is to shower and keep the kids alive? Yeah me too! The main character Ashley Keller goes through this as well, and her journey getting there is hilarious!

The one-liners, sarcasm, and hilarity – As the book starts off Ashely notices a hole in her pants and instead of changing she chalks it up a cheap form of air conditions. Later into the book after a long day of baby puke and everything going wrong her husband comes home and asks what the smell is one her- her response? Motherhood!!  I don’t even do this book justice

I don’t even do this book justice, you just need to read it yourself!