Good morning lovelies!

Hope everyone has some fun plans for the upcoming holiday (my fellow Americans) and everyone else I hope you have something fun planned for the weekend.

I’ve seen some of these “day in the life” posts going around the blogosphere (yes, I’m pretending that’s a word today) so I thought I’d give you all a little glimpse into my world. I’ll give you forewarning, it’s not too exciting but I think that’s what I want to show that even though I live this diapered life it’s not that much different than anyone else!

I’m a few days behind but here is a little view into what my Wednesday was like!


5:00 AM: Alarm goes off. I get up before work to work out each day and even though it’s really hard to get up and get moving it always helps my day!


5:15 AM: Brush my teeth, wash my face, change my diaper, put on my gym clothes, kiss Peter goodbye, and I’m out the door and headed to the gym.


5:45 AM-6:45 AM: A little cardio (30 minutes on the spin bike) and 30 minutes of weights to make up my workout for the day. I always have exactly an hour so I try and make the most of it.


7:00 AM: Get back home, eat some breakfast, shower, get diapered, and dressed for the work day.


8:00 AM: Arrive at work and settle into my desk. I catch up on some emails, listen to voicemails, and then make a cup of coffee to try and get my focused for the day.


9:00 AM: Conference call/team meeting so off to the conference room. I didn’t need to change my diaper prior to going in but I brought a change with me so I can stop by the bathroom afterwards to get a fresh diaper. 


10:30 AM: My meeting is FINALLY over and I head off to the bathroom to change my diaper. Take my messy diaper off, wipe down, put some powder in my new diaper, and get dressed again.


10:45 AM-12:30 PM: Work, work, work, and more work. It seems to be one of those days where the work just keeps piling on and I can’t seem to keep up!


12:30 – 1:30 PM: I finally take a break and head out to get some lunch. I try to keep it healthy and go with a grilled chicken salad. Not always the most tasty but when I work out first thing in the morning I find myself wanting to eat well throughout the day. Another perk!


1:30 PM: Come back from lunch and head to the bathroom to change my diaper again. Had to add a little Desitin this time because I went a little too long without changing and my bottom is a little raw.


1:45-3:00 PM: Another meeting (yipee – complete sarcasm) thankfully this one is a little more interesting so the time goes by quickly but all I can think about is the pile of work piled up on my desk.


3:15 – 5:30 PM: Work like a crazy person to feel like I’ve completed enough for the day. I try really hard not to stay late or take my work home with me so Peter and I can enjoy family time in the evening. It isn’t always easy but it’s worth it to me! I answer a few final emails before turning my computer off for the day.


5:45 PM: I take a quick stop again to the bathroom for one last change before I get in the car and head home. I would wait until I get home but I know the traffic could get bad and I don’t want to keep sitting in my wet diaper so go ahead and change myself before leaving for the day.


6:45 PM: Finally home! Peter greats me and thankfully he is an AMAZING cook because otherwise I would probably end up eating a bowl of cereal at night. I just have no energy to cook at the end of a long day!


7:45 PM: These long summer days are wonderful because after dinner Peter and I take our pups out into the backyard to play. They have been cooped up all day and I know they need to run around. There is nothing better than standing outside at the end of a long day in just my diaper and a t-shirt and enjoying the evening with my little family.


9:45 PM: Peter changes me before bed and we both pass out pretty quickly. I’m exhausted and with another 5:00 AM wake up call coming Thursday I know I need my SLEEP!


As you can tell, my days aren’t that different than anyone else. In fact, they are pretty uneventful, but I love my simple life! Some people think I live this crazy life but I really don’t. I work out, I have a husband, I go to work, I eat dinner, and I do just about everything the same way most others do – I just have a few diaper change stops along the way! 🙂

By |2017-07-17T21:42:02+00:00June 30th, 2017|ABDL, Diapers in Public|8 Comments


  1. Diaper 73 June 30, 2017 at 10:01 am - Reply

    Awesome story! If only I had a loving partner who understands my diaper needs and is willing to change my wet and messy diaper without judgment.

  2. tom June 30, 2017 at 2:05 pm - Reply

    I bet you cannot wait for the weekend but your day planning is pretty structured and not all helter skelter and thats very important great post and thanks for keeping us all informed

  3. Brenden June 30, 2017 at 5:47 pm - Reply

    Great posts. Enjoy read it. Hope good weekend.

  4. Mr. Casey Lee Anderson July 1, 2017 at 1:35 am - Reply

    Well, you’re lucky that you have a nice cozy cubicle job but most of us aren’t that lucky, true the diaper part you might not find lucky wearing 24/7 of course, but I’m talking job-wise only, not personal wardrobe stuff, very few people have a cubicle type of job & 1. Nowadays those jobs require an actual college degree while back in the 1800s no such thing needed to have that kind of job. I used to have a job at a discount retail store but well, I got along with the “main management but not the district or regional managements, b/c the district manager was/probably still is a bitch, but then again being a district manager might anybody act that way but I have shall we say anger issues still, I was always passed over for the management positions and since the promoting has to go through the district management (wasn’t that way in the 1800s or early 1900s), I decided to resign and go back to college in order to gave my own self employed business. But the problem is the financial aid stuff. But I got what I needed to get done in order to get financial aid. My anger issues are still a problem though. I’m just saying not everyone has a cozy cubicle job like you.that’s that

  5. Jessica Joned July 13, 2017 at 4:16 pm - Reply

    Thanks for sharing… I thinks it’s good to see how Incontinence does not keep you locked indoors. I also deal with a messy diaper multiple times a day, how do you hide that in a meeting full of people!? The smell is always my biggest concern as are leaks etc. I work from home but need to be in the field a lot, this is my worst nightmare!! also, do you get leaks? How do you hide leaks? You wear high absorbency diapers and I find they all sag. I wear plastic pants and spanx to keep everything tight but there are still issues , curious for your approach and input, thanks!

  6. Isaac F August 4, 2017 at 10:35 am - Reply

    Thank you for helping me (and others) with incontinence issues to some level know that there are others with severe incontinence and still lead a professional life without hiding it too much. It has taken me a long time to accept it is ok if someone finds out I have to wear nappies (although I try to be discreet).

    Do you have any hints/tips (perhaps a blog?) on staying discreet (both odour and that saggy or bulging nappy) after an involuntary bowel movement? So far at work I have managed to just make it to the toilet in time (for a BM) or at least get to a toilet very quickly after so I can change without causing a stink, but I haven’t always been so lucky when out and about.

  7. Daniel October 19, 2017 at 3:45 pm - Reply

    Soi have a question, do you diapered to the gym?

  8. Ranen November 10, 2018 at 3:29 pm - Reply

    No offense but when you wear nothing but a diaper and a t shirt outside, can’t people see you?

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