If I say it's ok does that make it ok? Um. No. But there's a whole bunch of stuff you can get away with and still be a good Mother. Wife. Woman. Human Being. Seriously...
It's perfectly ok to...
Pick your nose. Sometimes there's just no other way to get the job done.
Buy your Pottery Barn furniture used on craigslist and lie about it.
Go for weeks at a time during the cold winter months of the Middle and not even consider shaving your legs.
Snack on a Fiber One bar while making homemade oatmeal muffins.
Wear the khakis with the stain on the front side if they make your backside look fabulous! Hey, you can always just cross your legs!
Not make your bed. Ever. Except when your Mother-in-Law is coming. And sometimes not even then.
Use food coloring in the organic boxed mac and cheese to celebrate various cultural holidays.
Wear a bra so padded that you once caught your middle kid using it as a trampoline for her Littlest Pet Shop toys.
Lock the dog in the minivan once a month so she can eat all the crushed food covering the floor and seats.
Wine a little. Misspelling intended.
Whine a little. Correct spelling intended.
Have curtains that don't match the carpet. Life was meant to be lived. Hair was meant to be dyed.
Make your kids wash their hands after using the toilet, but skip it yourself sometimes...when they're not looking of course.
Have red wine and popcorn for dinner and report it to
Tuck your issue of US Weekly inside the cover of Cooking Light so the other moms in the waiting room of the ballet studio won't realize it's Robert Pattinson you're salivating over and not asparagus risotto.
Reuse a diaper after dumping the evidence into a bush when you
Dislike BJs, but occasionally make them your business anyway, because it is possible to get a good deal out of the whole thing. And no, I'm not talking about the alternative to Sam's Club or Costco.
Get a tattoo in your thirties.
Blog about homemade soup on the same day you serve chicken nuggets from Costco to your children for dinner.
Not dust. I subscribe to the philosophy that dust functions as more of a protective coating than something that needs to be removed.
It's perfectly ok to have a whole list of things you're not proud of, but to still walk tall in your peep-toe stilettos! You know...the ones you got at the thrift store!