My quest to no-bra wear weekends, Episode 1.

Every weekday my chest is subjected to sports bras even if I am only blest with a humble cup size, the likes of teenage girls before hormone altered food was sold in grocery stores. I mean a NEGATIVE-A cup size. I used to buy my bras at the girls section frequented only by teenage girls and their moms, shopping for their first pair. Here I am a 30+ old woman shopping for the same thing but like everything in life change happens, meaning motherhood and gravity took over so now I have to resort to sports bras just to feel comfortable.

With my weekday restrictions I felt the need to literally “free the ta-tas” by going bra less every weekend. Thanks to my chest size still being the same but non-perky, I figured I share my tips with each episode.

For episode 1, Ruffles! I successfully worn colorful ruffles around my chest area with no issue. The ruffling is somewhat similar to the curve of a bust is expected so I managed to make it work twice already.


Unwanted products, Mom to the rescue!

I recently read an article about donating unwanted beauty and skin care products. As someone who’s been trying to control and calm down my skin from breakouts, I have a dilema of having unwanted products. My recent haul is with “Uth” from the company Mannatech.

Driven by my desperation of having clear skin I was consistent with any product, unfortunately it has not been working on my skin so I stopped it altogether. Now I have unused products that I would rather give away instead of throwing it. Which brings me back to the article I read. It listed several addresses to ship products, some would even accept pre-loved products.

I was touched by their cause because some are to support abused women who are trying to get their lifes back on track. After some thought, I was considering donating my “Uth” haul that is, until I asked my mom.

Knowing her, anything that is free she’ll take and I don’t blame her. I would have done the same. At least it saves me from having to store unwanted products when it could be useful to my mom.

Thanks mom! Consider it an early Mother’s Day gift.