My blogging has been incredibly sporadic lately, and for any of you who actually actively follow me, I apologize. I've had so much on my mind recently. Quitting my part-time job, anxiously awaiting news of a new, big girl job, sorting out wedding details and trying to figure out our honeymoon plans when we don't know if I'll even have time off to take a honeymoon and don't know if we can even pay for it! My mind is a jumbled mess right now! (#Firstworldproblems, much?)
One thing I know is, I love to write. It's cathartic. It helps me sort out my thoughts and by blogging, I can seek the advice and honesty of other fellow bloggers. I live my life as an open book. I love myself and my life and I'm proud of the decisions I've made that have brought me to this place. I treat my blog similarly. While I love the superficial wedding details and cutesy link-ups, this blog is my opportunity to write what I feel. Write my experiences. I'm just as candid with the dozens of bloggers who follow me as I am with my real-life friends and family. It never occurred to me that maybe I shouldn't be.
I've started to wonder if some of the things I've written, should not have been posted. (I.e. Sex and sex). Many of the comments I received regarding these posts were blog friends telling me how brave I was for writing this. My aim was not to give readers a glimpse into our bedroom, but to honestly and openly talk about a very important facet of marriage that isn't often spoken about. It's hard to talk about this topic and not get a little personal, but I also realize that perhaps there are some things better left unsaid?
I need some help on this. Is it better to be honest, open and candid about my feelings about every part of my upcoming marriage? Or should I ensure that the privacy of my hubby-to-be and our marriage is first and foremost? I could really use some insight on this.