quietandfierce2
quietandfierce2
9/29/19
1:31 PM
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My dating life is not a discussion of topic with my parents. At. All. Mention one time that you went on a casual date, and all you hear for the next six years is, “So have you gone out with XX again? Heard from YY? Who are you dating now? Read more

9/3/19
8:27 PM
1

Are there work-readiness/job-readiness programs available through your local/county government or community college? Many offer free services (that are reputable) and also help you find jobs that are a match to your skills. 

9/2/19
7:01 AM
1

The best fitting, most comfortable bra I ever had was a nursing bra I bought without realizing what it was. :) I would have bought more of them, but the store quit carrying them, and I couldn’t read the tag (too faded) to be able to tell what brand it was to be able to search online.

9/1/19
9:50 PM
1

My favorite (until it had the underwire escape) is a Wacoal. I was so disappointed as I had only had it a couple months.

9/1/19
9:44 PM
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I’ve been looking at front closure ones; didn’t think of the racer back. 

9/1/19
8:20 PM
2

Hey, gotta go with what works for you. I had always worn underwires, but would like to find something (may not exist) without that would be more comfortable.

9/1/19
8:18 PM
1

5 of 9 is not a bad ratio, especially if some of those are “special” bras meant for specific weird clothing that doesn’t allow you to wear a regular bra. Read more

9/1/19
6:48 PM
2

In this instance, it really is the quality (fit and comfort) not the quantity that counts!

9/1/19
5:57 PM
3

My sports bras are actually my most comfortable, but they are not suitable for most of my work clothing. 

9/1/19
5:27 PM
5

With every brand’s sizing being a bit different, even knowing my size is not always helpful. My favorite, most comfortable, bra gave up the ghost when the underwire decided to break free through the underarm. I’m tired of having to “fix” it by sewing up the hole and reinforcing it.  It would be awesome to find one Read more