Kath Eats, of one taco fame, has posted a “Things I’m Afraid To Tell You” post because apparently that blog cliche is making the rounds again. In it, she addresses all those things readers have wondered for months.
She starts off by announcing “I don’t feel like a healthy living blogger anymore” because she’s so “normal” now.
…my diet isn’t as consistently plant-based, I am am not eating as many hugh jass salads as I used to, and I definitely am not lighting a candle and putting out a placemat anymore. Some of my meals consist of chips and leftovers eaten standing at the counter. Normal.
After that gripping revelation she moves on to talking about how she, like basically every other woman going through a divorce, allowed herself to fall into the habit of night wine. But don’t worry, she’s getting control of that now even though she totally doesn’t have a problem. Or something.
I don’t drink a lot at once, but last year I got in the routine of a glass of wine (or, um, two) almost every night. I am changing this habit though (because it’s a habit, not an addiction), and have already made positive changes this year…I’m feeling normal again and drinking only on the weekends or nights out.
Um…k? Her final secret involves someone’s legs and wrinkled pants and some kind of explanation for her divorce.
Matt and I both started dating right away because part of the trouble in our marriage was that we felt we had missed out on our 20s…When we split, I let go of all expectations of finding another husband and just wanted to date around…But I wasn’t in the dating pool for the years I had mentally prepared for because I met someone who stopped me in my tracks…
So basically they split up so they could do all the super fun dating around they think they missed in their 20s, only for Kath to immediately settle down with another pinch-faced khaki brah. Seems legit.
In short, Kath was afraid to share the outrageous truth about how she is eating and drinking and finding a boyfriend like a normal thirtysomething divorced mom. Imagine the bravery it took her to click ‘publish’ on this post.