Build A Better Image Week on September, 2020: Is Therosedress.com A Good Website To Order From ?
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It looks good, the site is 8 1/2 years old there are physical business reviews of the San Jose, Ca address, which is a light industry/retail complex.The building they show on the site shows up ion Google maps street view.
The great majority of dress shops people ask about are short lived Chinese owned sites, it;s a little odd the domain name uses a Canadian privacy proxy registration, but I saw no hint of it being one of those foreign sites masquerading as a U.S. business. You should get much faster and more sure deliver from this store than some oversees operation. Hope your first size choice works.
I spot checked the first (dark blue) example in the prom dress section and found about 4 other sites using the same image using Google image search, to do this:
Using you can find other fashion sites using the identical images:
1. Copy the url address of the image, on my browser I right click and select Copy Image Location, (this doesn't work on the larger images at the top)
2. Click the little blue camera in the search box of Google images and paste the address into the entry box that appears below.
Here are a couple of these competitors you might do a price comparison at:
odd site, also owns fashionsbyruth.com & donniesdresses.com?
How to build muscles?
The best way to build and gain muscle is make sure your eating, sleeping, and weight lifting enough.
Find out your maintenance daily calorie level, and eat 100 calories over that. Increase it by another 100 each week. You need to be getting your calories from good sources. This means about 30% protein, 50% carbohydrates, and 20% fat. Protein is the key component to building muscle. Carbohydrates increase insulin, which is another key to building muscle. Fats can make it easier for you to gain muscle, or lose fat. It is not as bad as you may thing. Make sure your sources of fat are good though, such as peanuts.
The next step is to sleep enough. Around 7-10 hours, depending on the person. Go to the bathroom before bed, and make a nice environment to relax and rest for the night. Sleeping is where the magic happens, and your body builds itself.
Finally, make sure your exercise is efficient. Around 3-4 days you should be lifting weights, switching from muscle group to muscle group. For example, Monday workout Chest and Triceps. Wednesday workout Back and Biceps. Friday workout Shoulders and Legs. In each of those muscle groups, choice 2-3 exercises you think will give you a good workout. Then do 3 sets, of 8-10 reps, with a weight that allows you to challenge yourself to do so. If your getting around 12 reps, it is time to go up and weight, and try for 8 again.
How to I build a closer/better relationship with my girlfriend?
Weekly dates. I recommend you have a date at least once a week with your partner. It doesn’t have to be an expensive one, but at least find some way to spend a couple hours time together. If you’ve got kids, like I do, find a babysitter.
Communicate. Romantic gestures don’t take the place of real communication. Take time to talk about your goals, your dreams, your plans for the future, your current lives, things you’re happy about, things you love about the other person, things you’d like to work on, things you’re grateful for.
Inspiration. This list contains a lot of obvious stuff — you could probably come up with twice as many good ideas yourself. But the list doesn’t aim for originality — it aims to be an inspiration. Pick and choose some good ideas, or use it to spark some of your own. Sometimes we just need a little reminder.
Forget Valentines. Boycott Valentine’s Day, as it makes people think they should be romantic on special occasions. Instead, pick one of these ideas and do it any day of the week — no need for a special occasion.
OK, enough talk. Let’s look at some ways to be romantic without breaking your budget (note to my mom: don’t read this, as there are a couple of sexy-time things later on):
Write a poem.
Cook a romantic dinner.
Give a full-body massage.
Pack a sunset picnic.
Pick wildflowers on the way home.
Burn a CD with love songs.
Give dark chocolates.
Read poetry together.
Prepare strawberries with fondue chocolate.
Snuggle together on a rainy day.
Leave little love notes everywhere.
Send a love email every day.
Take a moonlit walk on the beach.
Snuggle together while watching romantic movies (Casablanca, Audrey Hepburn are my favs).
Get good wine, watch shooting stars.
Take a bath together (use bubbles!).
Bring home good coffee or a decadent sweet.
Take a walk down memory lane — visit some of the special places from your early days of dating.
Make warm chocolate cake for dessert.
Make a scrapbook with photos, mementos, and little notes from you lives together.
Kiss in the rain.
Ride a ferris wheel.
Sneak away from a party and make out.
Bring home great take-out, and light some candles.
Fix something or fix up the house just to make your partner happy.
Slow dance to romantic music.
Take a nap together.
Kiss slowly, touching his or her back and neck and nape — slowly.
Make a list of everything you love about him or her.
Write a love letter.
Clip or email things that make you think of him or her, every day.
Go to a movie, ignore the movie, and make out like teen-agers.
Groom yourself, and try to look good for your partner.
Take some quiet time and talk about your day.
Write little notes, one for each way he or she drives you crazy.
Feed each other grapes.
Recreate your partner’s favorite romantic movie scene.
Pretend you’re going on a first date — show up at the door with flowers, all dressed up, with your car washed and cleaned, looking spiffy. Recreate the first time.
Create a little box with a bunch of your partner’s favorite things inside.
Paint each other with flavored body paint. Be creative!
Try some sexy role-playing. Get dressed up, be daring, have fun.
Give a little token to your partner to wear, and say it’s to remind him or her all day that you love them.
Sing a favorite song to him or her. Only do this if you can sing fairly well.
Have dinner on the roof, with some candles. This doesn’t work if your roof slopes sharply.
Hold hands, and walk somewhere with lots of pretty lights.
Say I love you. In a different way, every day.
Blindfold your partner. Use a feather. Slowly.
Declare your love, very publicly.
Fruit or berries and freshly made whipped cream.
Play Sade. Do what comes naturally. Slowly.