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[ - ] Any moms on here familiar with the schools in Montclair? Particularly middle or high school? of all the towns we have looked at, i would say i like Montclair the best, but i worry that the schools are so so. The realtor seems to think they're great, but recent rankings don't look wonderful. Would love feedback from someone who actually has children in the system. Thank you. 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:54 PM Flag
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Princeton school are supposed to be great. [ Reply | More ]
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Princeton school are supposed to be great. [ Reply | More ]
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No but have friend there with kids in Montclair Kimberley. If you want diversity go for it or else go to glen ridge. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Sitting outdoors at a restaurant. People next to me are amoking and changed the baby's diaper at the table. Gross. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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move inside [ Reply | More ]
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No indoor seating. I just left. People are so trashy. [ Reply | More ]
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Where is this? [ Reply | More ]
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Complain to management. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] What clothes should I get for a newborn due in November? Quantities would be great too - don't want to buy too much. Thank you. 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:28 PM Flag
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Do you have a w/d in your apt? I needed more stuff as we have a building laundry room, which I didn't want to visit too frequently. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:33 PM Flag
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basement as well [ Reply | More ]
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I plan on 3-4 changes a day - at least that was my experience and 4 changes of bedding. You'll need a snowsuit, lots of burp cloths, a few receiving blankets...just get enough to get started and see what you get for gifts. Good luck. [ Reply | More ]
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Onesies and swaddles. 0-3 month size is fine, they will be too big for a week or two depending on baby's birthweight [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Holy crap! I just tested positive, but it was a very faint line. I was just going to wait until my period (3 days away) but I had one test and I couldn't resist taking it. Have to go to the store anyway, so going to get another test to confirm! DH is gone until tonight so I can think of a way to tell him, too! First DC! He called it, too. We only had sex once in the last couple weeks and he said "we just made a baby, I can tell!" and I said "no way, I already ovulated". OMG! 12 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:27 PM Flag
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congratulations!! [ Reply | More ]
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congrats. youthful fertility is an amazing thing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:31 PM Flag
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How do you know how old she is? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:42 PM Flag
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she's prob under 40. i was fertile like that until 41. [ Reply | More ]
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Np I assumed she was young too "holy crap!" Lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:34 PM Flag
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np My first pregnancy at 32 was like op's. Sex ONCE that month. Other two pregnancies were similar--including the last when I was 41. I've never not conceived the first month of trying. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 08:04 PM Flag
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OK [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:33 PM Flag
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Congrats but this is very early. Don't count chickens yet. That was my mistake...good luck. [ Reply | More ]
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:36 PM Flag
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It's a boy. Come back in nine months and confirm. I'm always right. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:23 PM Flag
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If she already ovulated it would be a boy [ Reply | More ]
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Congratulations! [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Sunday dinners: what are you making tonight? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:23 PM Flag
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leftover meatloaf sandwiches and chicken soup [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:38 PM Flag
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Chicken adobo [ Reply | More ]
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Chicken wings and vegetable soup. And a whole bunch of leftover pretzel rolls the host of yesterday's bday party talked me into taking home, [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:48 PM Flag
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corn fritters and baked (or broiled--can't decide) chicken drumsticks. [ Reply | More ]
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I'm making Chinese take-out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 08:06 PM Flag
[ - ] what is your idea of a great weekend with the kids? what is your favorite family outing/activity? Looking for fun things to do beyond the park, zoo, museums. TIA 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:14 PM Flag
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Mini golf, apple picking, bike ride, skiing, jersey shore boardwalk [ Reply | More ]
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Gov's Island [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] i have rheumatoid arthritis. because of a severe infection, i've been off methotrexate and TNF blockers for over 2 months now. surprisingly, nothing too bad as far as RA symptoms go. has anyone had an experience like this? going to MD in a week but wanted to know if anyone just had RA go into remission after intense therapy for a year+? 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:12 PM Flag
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I don't have RA myself (I have another autoimmune conditions), but MIL was diagnosed with RA about a year-and-a-half ago. Symptoms started when she was going through extremely stressful separation/divorce with FIL. Her doctor had her take methotrexate for about a year to control the disease progression during the worst of the stress. She stopped taking it a few months ago, after about a year, and her symptoms are under control now. A thought: Have you considered supplementing with curcumin extract while you're off the methotrexate? Curcumin (the principal compoud in turmeric) has very strong antiinflammatory properties. I've seen a couple studies recently that show ~500mg daily of curcumin can help control joint inflammtaion and stiffness in patients with RA. I take it for my autoimmune condition to control systemic inflammation. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:40 PM Flag
[ - ] what are good ways for a 25 year old (boy)to meet people in NYC? not interested in sports, more video games and such. TIA. he works in a small office, so he's not really going to meet people at work. 17 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:06 PM Flag
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tinder [ Reply | More ]
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is that more for sex or dating? TIA. really clueless about tinder. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:11 PM Flag
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its a little of both. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:18 PM Flag
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Friends? Or girls? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:12 PM Flag
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both, any ideas? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:15 PM Flag
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He should join a social sports league (he doesn't have to be a serious athlete), join his alumni association, etc. New York isn't going to make friends for you, so he's going to have to put in effort. All of my male friends would welcome new friends but wouldn't go out of their way to talk to someone new, so he needs to be assertive. For dating, he should check out OKCupid, Tinder (It's what you make of it). If he's serious about finding a gf, Match. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:25 PM Flag
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what are the names of sports leagues? are there websites? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:36 PM Flag
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Zoog Sports...my oldest dd has done bowling, soccer, softball with them. Send him her way if he's solid. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:53 PM Flag
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Play big apple and zog. I do skeeball and bocce through play big apple. Made some great friends! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:42 PM Flag
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Meetup.com [ Reply | More ]
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This. [ Reply | More ]
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meet up [ Reply | More ]
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They have board games and nerd fest events. [ Reply | More ]
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meet up [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:21 PM Flag
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something athletic if he's into that sort of thing - running club, triathlon or a rec soccer team or something [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:32 PM Flag
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Good reading comp! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:57 PM Flag
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This. But stop calling him a boy as he is a man and needs to act like one. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Haven't been in NYC for a while. What is the best place to look for (discounted) designer handbags and shoes? Thx 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:03 PM Flag
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Online tbh. Or sample sales. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:52 PM Flag
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Pre-owned or new? [ Reply | More ]
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New only. [ Reply | More ]
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Bluefly? Outnet? [ Reply | More ]
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Century 21 [ Reply | More ]
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Yes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:37 PM Flag
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Outlets- Woodbury Commons [ Reply | More ]
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ugh - no - don't buy a bag at woodbury commons [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 08:06 PM Flag
[ - ] UES moms- Equinox or David Barton? 9 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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David Barton is just strange. I didn't like the "party" atmosphere. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:14 PM Flag
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OP: That's what I was wondering about. I like Equinox, but I live between 5th and Madison, so DB is obviously much, much closer. [ Reply | More ]
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What is a party atmosphere at a gym? [ Reply | More ]
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In building gym. [ Reply | More ]
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you must live in a pretty awesome building - our gym is not good [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:25 PM Flag
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OP: Same. Mine is only ok. I'll go in for a quick run, but it's not where I'm going to work out every day. I like classes, amenities, and not watching my 85 year old neighbors' balls hanging out of their shorts. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:18 PM Flag
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wwwww thats so gross. [ Reply | More ]
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Oh, you don't have to tell me [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:28 PM Flag
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or. Yup. Last building's gym was ratty - but I used it as we were a long way from a nice Equinox-type. New building has awesome gym.... no classes, though, so its off to 86/3 (or thereabouts) for everything else - but SO convenient to be able to go downstairs for a quick whatever, especially, say, if DH/DC are napping, or whatever. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Any millennium moms on? Anyone know the school? It seems to be on everyone's short list. Why is it so desired? 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:44 PM Flag
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It's hip and cool. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:03 PM Flag
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I know one mom who thinks the Manhattan school is perfect for her bright, special needs son. I know two dcs who are happy in the Brooklyn millennium (not special needs, fwiw). I think it's just a reasonably challenging school for bright, college bound dcs without being as academically intense as Stuy or Tech or Bard. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:58 PM Flag
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Garden House? [ Reply | More ]
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Garden House? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:53 PM Flag
[ - ] Do you return a lot of things you order online? I'm too busy to shop, so I order a lot of clothing online, which means I don't try it on. I end up returning a fair amount, but I do keep some. Do stores have a limit on returns? Will they flag my account at some point? Even the ones that say free shipping and free returns? 36 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:40 PM Flag
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Shop at online stores where u can return in person: lands end, llbean, rei. [ Reply | More ]
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If she had time to return it in person, she'd have time to shop. That's the point. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:44 PM Flag
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Returning takes 15 min. Shopping takes longer. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:33 PM Flag
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It takes 15 minutes once you're at the register. You still have to get there and get home. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 08:08 PM Flag
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This. And who wants to shop at ll bean and lands end anyway? This is urban baby, not rural grandbaby. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:55 PM Flag
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OP--I do this at stores where it's convenient (they are close by) [ Reply | More ]
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They'd be stupid to do it. [ Reply | More ]
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What exactly do you mean by "a lot"? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:44 PM Flag
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OP--like if I order 4 shirts and 3 pairs of pants, I usually end up keeping 2 shirts and 1 pair of pants, returning the rest [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:36 PM Flag
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I find it strange that you don't know your size. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:54 PM Flag
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OP--I find it strange that I am 3 different sizes at different stores, and sometimes at the same store! I have things in my closet ranging from a size 2 to an 8, and all of them fit [ Reply | More ]
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this [ Reply | More ]
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
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its impossible to know your size these days [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:06 PM Flag
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I don't think that is unusual, I have sometimes returned everything - hard to tell what the stuff will look like on, and sometimes I am just disappointed in the finish or feel of the fabric [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:45 PM Flag
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They will definitely not penalize you for repeat returning. Because it means you are repeat buying. Still good business for them. [ Reply | More ]
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I do the same. I return more than I keep. I'm petite so things have to fit well or I can't wear them. I still save time by shopping online and I really don't like shopping. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:35 PM Flag
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I buy 80% of my clothes online and probably return about 25% [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:40 PM Flag
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I never return anything. I only ever do it if something arrives damaged or not the size ordered. Often, they just tell me to toss or keep and they'll send me a replacement. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:53 PM Flag
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Same here. Amazon let me keep a damaged book because it was the first complaint or return after hundreds of orders. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:44 PM Flag
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everything fits you perfectly? wow, I have purchased the same thing in two different colors and sizes is off on one and not the other, etc. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:46 PM Flag
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OP--This! I just returned something to Nordstrom after filling out their fit survey...etc. They told me I would be a size medium. Medium was too big, so returned for a small. Then I read the reviews and people were saying in one color the sizing was different [ Reply | More ]
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I but 90 percent on line and return 65% and I don't care if they flag me. then maybe I wouldn't shop on line so much. they would totally lose business if they stopped this. the sizes, the fabric, the fit, all things that I have returned for. also if I changed my mind. [ Reply | More ]
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OP--this is how I feel also. I probably return about 40% of what I buy and keep 60%. I always have the tags on and keep receipts. I never wear it and return it unless I wore it once and it fell apart or had a major defect, but even then I often don't bother [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:07 PM Flag
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I do almost exclusively online shopping. I have found a few places where they emphasize consistent sizing and some shoe brands that I know will be comfortable. I stick to those places and brands and that really limits my need to return. However I still send things back from time to time. But I also only buy if I really really want the item. I don't do it if I am "on the fence." [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:53 PM Flag
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Return all the time. Warning: if you want faster return do not use paypal, it takes forever then you have to transfer money back to your bank. Do mot buy from overseas places that do not have a return warehouse in the US like Asos. [ Reply | More ]
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I return about 60% of what I buy online. Never had a problem so far but I've wondered the same thing. I think they understand that this is the business model. I don't understand how they can afford the free shipping though -- both ways! [ Reply | More ]
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OP--also some stores like Anthro, Nordstrom, Lululemon...etc have "online only" items. You have to guess your size and hope you like the fit and feel of the fabric if you want these items [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:57 PM Flag
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They expect that with online ordering, the fact that you can return encourages more purchases [ Reply | More ]
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this [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:44 PM Flag
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I return 75% of everthing I buy online. I often return to get the right size, and cut. Order things I'd like to try on, and then send back if not perfect. Makes life easier... [ Reply | More ]
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I'm the same. I joke that Zappos and Piperlime should flag me, but they haven't yet. I think it's assumed by places with free shipping/free returns that items will be returned. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:40 PM Flag
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What I hate is when I'm shipped something that's very obviously a return. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:46 PM Flag
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As long as you don't return more than 100 percent of your purchases (scammers) it is fine [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:41 PM Flag
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Reminds me of working in retail many years ago. There was a crazy customer who lived in a nearby city and would order over the phone using the catalog (chain store, but only one in the state). Every month or so, she'd drive into town and return a large amount of stuff (she was probably buying 10 pieces each order and there were multiple orders a month). The regional manager ended up having to ban her from shopping in any of the company's stores. In addition to all the returns, she took up huge amounts of time. She'd ask "Would that look good with riding boots?" about every piece. I still remember her name an haven't laid eyes on her since 1990! Anyway, I think at some point, an online retailer would ban you from buying, but they'd obviously figure out whether they're making a profit from what you keep first! [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Cant figure out what to to re gift registry - feels like I am soliciting people for gifts.. Plus, it's one thing to put $30 onesies - what about expensive items, like stroller or crib? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Put it all. Sometimes groups go together. I made sure I had stuff for every budget [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:53 PM Flag
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this. plus you get a discount at end of what is not purchased. so you can benefit as well. [ Reply | More ]
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
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+1 - I'm a big fan of the group gift, I like to contribute to something I know the person really needs and will get a lot of use out of. [ Reply | More ]
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You are soliciting kids, but you can still register. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:48 PM Flag
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You can use the registry to keep track of what you need, you know! Also, some places (Pottery Barn Kids, for one) give a discount. Can't remember whether PBK was off the entire registry or just off what you buy to complete the list. In any case, I registered for db #3 so that I could get a discount on the bedding I was buying. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:49 PM Flag
[ - ] How is this high school list: ElRo, lab, Columbia, Clinton, Baruch ? 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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With specialized too [ Reply | More ]
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Elro,beacon,nest ,bard,lab,Baruch - but will take brnx sci if she gets in [ Reply | More ]
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You might want a few safety schools. Most of these are hard to get into. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:46 PM Flag
[ - ] I am starting to be very afraid that I'm going to die. I've been diagnosed and am being treated for an autoimmune disease but even though I have good day I often feel like I'm going to faint, have hot flashes and can't catch my breath. I have this sense that there is something else going on and that I'm not going to wake up someday. I've been to so many doctors and had so many tests but my gut feeling is that they missed something 14 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Sounds like extreme anxiety. [ Reply | More ]
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I hope this is it. I've never dealt with anything like that and am not really sure how to recognize that separately from symptoms of my disease. But then I wonder if I'm in denial about how bad my health situation is and that I should be looking for better answers. I'm really confused [ Reply | More ]
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If you have been to so many doctors then something else would have shown up. It just sounds like your mind cant focus on normal things right now. Focus on self-care. For what its worth (only to relax you) prepare a letter of instruction in case you die tomorrow. So that your family can handle your personal affairs. Again its only to make u feel at ease. [ Reply | More ]
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You are probably right. I have been to some not great doctors and lived with a misdiagnosis for years, maybe I've developed mental/emotional issues from that distrust and general low period of life [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:49 PM Flag
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I think the faint feeling and the breath are connected. Low blood pressure/anxiety can do this. Hot flashes are probably from perimenopause. Cut out all caffeine it makes it all worse. Also cutting out sugar helps a lot. Get extra sleep. Remember that auto immune disorders (I have one) are not a fatal. Go to a good doctor and get as many tests as needed until you feel satisfied. Gl. [ Reply | More ]
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I'm 30 so not peri menopause. I do have very low blood pressure and am always slightly anemic, have been told that's just how I am and never discovered a cause. I cut out caffeine and should cut out sugar too but I have a 2yo and I don't know how else I would function... I eat very healthily generally [ Reply | More ]
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Anxiety can do some crazy things to you physically. I should know. I definitely feel faint, have hot flashes and feel like I can't catch my breath when I'm feeling anxious (which is pretty often). That said, don't write off your symptoms as anxiety until you are sure that they are (and don't let a doctor do that either). Maybe keep seeking second opinions from docs but also see a therapist? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:42 PM Flag
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I have an autoimmune disorder, too, and there are many of them in my family. I found this book very helpful: http://www.amazon.com/Last-Best-Cure-Awaken-Healing/dp/159463128X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1411325539&sr=8-1&keywords=last+best+cure I wish you the best. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:55 PM Flag
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Thank you! I just ordered it [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:58 PM Flag
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Great! I hope it helps. I would also echo the recommendation below to try eliminating gluten. One of my cousins stopped gluten in her 50's and completely eliminated a condition that she'd had since childhood - and she does not test positive for gluten insensitivity. My rheumatologist says that although it hasn't been shown that eliminating gluten can help autoimmune conditions in the absence of celiac disease, a number of her patients have tried it and had improvement of symptoms. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:21 PM Flag
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what's it about? i have RA. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 06:57 PM Flag
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Thanks for posting this. Also dealing with health issue. The anxiety can be overwhelming. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:31 PM Flag
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I am so sorry. I hope you also got off gluten... every small things helps with autoimmune issues. Good luck and keep working with your doctors. [ Reply | More ]
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I was strictly off gluten for 2 years (misdiagnosed as Celiac) and it did nothing for my symptoms/numbers. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.21.14, 07:33 PM Flag
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