Sunday, August 25, 2019

After I got married & moved to London...

I decided it was the perfect place to start my blog. My lifestyle blog is my voice, and that voice is authentic, passionate, sassy, informative, vegetarian, in-love, and well-traveled. I write like I’m talking to you because… I am. My content is categorized by day so I cover marriage, travel, eats, thoughts, style, and faith! Currently, I’m in Austin, TX with my husband and two fur rascals. Get in touch: shruthi@thehonestshruth.com

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Fatherhood Series Part Two: What Is One Thing You Wish You Had Known?

Like I mentioned in part one of this series, people and the media focus a lot on mothers and motherhood. But fathers have a lot to contribute as well. If you missed part one in this fatherhood series, check it out here! This series is a resource...

Top Ten Things To Do When Visiting Austin, TX

This blog post is sponsored by Travel Texas. So you finally made it to Austin, Texas and now you are trying to figure out how to best spend your time. Friend, I got you! I’ve lived in this fantastic city for over 10 years now. I’ve seen...

Date Night at Vixen’s Wedding in Austin, TX

Last week, hubby and I checked out Vixen’s Wedding in Austin, TX for date night! We love trying new restaurants for date night, and this one was on my list. I went there a few days before for happy hour with some girlfriends (fantastic), so I couldn’t...

Fatherhood Series Part One: My Favorite Dad-Moment Is…

New series alert! I am so excited to share with you the wisdom, jokes, and joyful moments several dads shared with me about their journey through fatherhood. The first part in this five-part fatherhood series is all about their favorite parts, aka dad-moments. Some tender, some humorous,...

Baby Diaries: Perks of My Walmart Baby Registry

This post was written in partnership with Walmart. Who here has created a baby registry before? I thought this process would be like a wedding registry but as one of the first people in my friend groups to actually have a baby, there was a lot less guidance...