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30 Wedding Traditions People In This Online Group Chose Or Would Choose To Ditch

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30 Wedding Traditions People In This Online Group Chose Or Would Choose To Ditch

From wearing a white dress to promising to obey the husband 'till death us do part'—weddings are known to come with a lot of rituals. However, with many of these traditions being age-old, more and more lovebirds choose to skip a few of them when planning their wedding or sometimes even ditch the majority of it altogether. Some time ago, a Quora user asked people on the platform to open up about the wedding traditions they'd choose to skip when planning their own wedding. "What is one wedding tradition you absolutely wouldn't partake in? Why?" their question reads. With that...

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40 Screenshots Of People Who Are Unaware Of The Existence Of LGBTQ People And It’s Like They’re Living Under A Rock

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40 Screenshots Of People Who Are Unaware Of The Existence Of LGBTQ People And It’s Like They’re Living Under A Rock

LGBTQ history dates back to the first recorded instances of same-sex love and sexuality in ancient civilizations. Ancient Egyptian royal servants Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum, who lived c. 2400 BCE, are believed to be the first recorded same-sex couple in history, so you get the perspective. But many oblivious people refuse to believe that being homosexual, bisexual, queer, and transgender are as old as history itself. In fact, some delusional people would go as far as to think they've spotted actual mistakes in movies, books, and media that speak of LGBTQ existence in the past. And thanks to the wonderfully colorful corner...

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40 Times Brides Decided To Make Their Own Wedding Dresses And Looked Beyond Stunning

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40 Times Brides Decided To Make Their Own Wedding Dresses And Looked Beyond Stunning

Americans spend on average $33,391 on their wedding day. And while most lovebirds are willing to pay $540 on average for the cake, the wedding gown can set them back $1,509. If the pair are high spenders, the budget for the dress can soar up to $3,158, according to a study by The Knot. No wonder so many brides these days are looking for smart alternatives when it comes to looking their best on the big day. Whether it’s due to saving some money or wanting to come up with their own dream design, some very talented women are taking the...

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While today’s post isn’t an official capsule wardrobe, it might as well be! Today I thought I would break down 25 of my most-worn style staples and share options for low, medium and high budgets

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While today’s post isn’t an official capsule wardrobe, it might as well be! Today I thought I would break down 25 of my most-worn style staples and share options for low, medium and high budgets

Since spring is here (or almost here for many of us!), I decided to focus on the wardrobe essentials I’m able to wear in the spring, summer and fall seasons. The low budget items are either under $50 or under $100 (tees/tops are going to be under $50, jeans/shoes, etc will be under $100), and the medium and high budget options go up from there. Obviously if this was a year-round essentials post I’d include a few heavy sweaters and coats, but figured we’re all over the cold weather right now anyway. If y’all like this post, I’ll be sure...

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Target Try-On: Spring Dresses To Breathe Life Into Your Closet

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Target Try-On: Spring Dresses To Breathe Life Into Your Closet

Turn on your JavaScript to view content   Hello!!  It’s been over a week since my last post and it’s been some crazy times over here.  How’s about a life update?  It’s been nearly a month of quarantine now and I can truly say that I don’t think I’ve ever been busier in my life, lol.  My job has switched to working from home and as some of you may know, my full-time job is as a software engineering lead and manager at a consulting firm.  My current project is related to tax software so as you can imagine, the...

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