"Sister Wives" star Janelle Brown focuses on the positive as she celebrates small wins despite being stressed with her duties in a new Facebook post.
According to her recent social media post, Janelle Brown is deciding to see the silver lining in the cloud. Last week, the reality star took to Facebook and got candid with her friends about how she is feeling amid the pandemic.
Meri Brwon, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Christine Brown and Robyn Brown speak duinrg the "Sister Wives" panel during the 2010 Summer TCA press tour held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 6, 2010. | Photo: Getty Images.
Sharing a photo of her tongue out, Janelle explained that she was busy with the office's taxes and described it as "one of the most stressful things I do all year." She recalled that in the past years, while doing the taxes, she munches through the week, but this time it's been particularly stressful.
The reality show focuses on how Kody, alongside his four wives and eighteen children, navigate the normal world where their lifestyle is discouraged.
Behind Brown was an artwork with a sober face and dark colors, which she mentioned in her post. While telling the story behind the piece of art hinted at the troubles writing:
"I think it's called dreams - but it's for a dark tone to it - maybe the dreams aren't happy - don't know - it appealed to me."
The Sun notes that the 51-year-old's cryptic caption comes as a surprise as her marriage to husband Kody Brown seems to be thriving the most out of all the other wives.
The publication recalls that the latest season of "Sister Wives" saw one of Kody's other wives, Christine, fight against the idea that they should all live in the same house.
While Janelle was the most supportive, the first wife, Meri, was indifferent while Kody and his favorite wife, Robyn, fought about her decision to rent a house instead of purchasing one.
TLC explains that the reality show focuses on how Kody, alongside his four wives and eighteen children, navigate the normal world where their lifestyle is discouraged. The show, which is in its 14th season, has a total of 177 episodes.
This comes after The Sun reported that Meri shared a cryptic post about leaving her husband and ditching the other wives. The 49-year-old took to her Instagram story to share a photo quote by Mary Poppins that read, "today or never, that's my motto."
The publication notes that the quote hints at her decision to leave Kody, which began in mid-June when she stopped wearing her wedding ring.
Sources close to the couple revealed that the absence of a wedding ring in a polygamous relationship signifies the end.