I've got house clothes and nice clothes, too.
I hate wearing my half decent clothes around the house and will get changed as soon as I know I'm not going back out.
I'm still in fat clothes at the minute though so my outdoor wardrobe is pretty limited for winter. But WHO CARES! Honestly, no one is looking at me.
Stick my cutie on in her carrier and I'm invisible! hehehe
Oh yeah, and no shame here.
Save the shame for real things like when my sister sent the kids some chocolate buttons from Ireland and I ate them all.
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21-07-2015 06:22 #171
21-07-2015 06:38 #172
I will admit to not showering on a home Bludge day. But when we were under severe water restrictions I had bird baths for 5/7 days.
21-07-2015 07:54 #173
I was brought up on a property with tank water, I can easily shower, including wash and condition hair in 3 minutes, it really isn't hard! Now we are on scheme water I relax a little and it's usually 5 minutes, so I have no qualms about wasting water by showering daily!
21-07-2015 11:21 #174
It's like how you shouldn't wash your face more than twice a day...it's bad and irritating for your face skin.
As for the not wearing deodorant thing...yeah...no. The smell is made worse if you have underarm hair, too because the bacteria breeds even more and travels down the hair shafts making it extra stinky.
I understand some people not needing to shower every single day if they still feel clean, anyway. But to not wear deodorant I think is taking it too far.
Our bodies can only self clean so much.
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21-07-2015 12:47 #175
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21-07-2015 13:32 #177
I don't have comfy clothes. But my clothes are pretty casual most of the time. It annoys me when dh just gets changed for the sake of it. Like from jeans to trackies. Making more washing. :/
21-07-2015 13:34 #178
23-07-2015 09:08 #179
I have never gotten changed just because I got home. I would hate to add extra washing and usually I have to go out again anyway. I only get changed after dinner to my pjs or if I know I'm not going anywhere and no one is coming over I might change to comfy pants.
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23-07-2015 09:59 #180
Which I know sounds bad, but if it's fine to wear the same outfit for the whole of one day, then it should be fine to wear the same thing for two half-days, right? Or for only 2 hours/day, 5 days in a row?
Perhaps this is my embarrassing confession right here… Though I'm not embarrassed at all. (Underwear is of course exempt from this practice!)
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