I’m wearing my shirts at work.
That means I’ve gotten used to it.
And while I’m not sure it’s the best decision I’ve made, I do like it, and I think it’s good for me.
(And, if you don’t know what a shirt is, I’ll be the first to tell you that a shirt has to have a collar and a pocket.)
It means I’m getting to spend less time wearing shirts at home.
It means that I can focus more on my family.
It makes me feel more confident.
And it’s one of the best things I’ve done for myself.
In a world where the most basic of tasks—going to the bathroom—is now a chore, wearing shirts has become a chore.
A recent survey from the American Society of Civil Engineers found that women who don’t wear shirts at least a full-length shirt every day were three times more likely to have their annual COVID-19 check-up, have a more frequent checkup visit, and have fewer complications during the year than women who wear shirts every day.
But wearing shirts isn’t necessarily bad for you.
The American College of Surgeons says wearing a shirt can prevent a person from getting the flu.
I have a great friend who wears a shirt at work all the time.
The fact that wearing a sweater isn’t a chore doesn’t mean it’s a chore either.
It just means that there are fewer things to worry about when it comes to keeping you warm.
And it’s been proven to help people get over their hangovers.
It’s also proven to make you happier, reduce the number of colds and flu symptoms you have, and help you feel better about your health.
(There are plenty of other benefits to wearing shirts, though.)
I’ve found that I’m more motivated to get out of bed than I’ve ever been.
And I’m less likely to get in an argument with my kids when I wear a shirt.
As for the way I wear shirts, I have to admit that I never really cared what people thought of me.
It wasn’t until I started wearing shirts that I really started to think about how to dress to look good.
And now I think wearing shirts is a good thing.
And you don’ even have to have any particular interest in wearing shirts.
If you’re just a regular person who likes to dress in casual or casual clothes, it’s fine.
If it’s something you love, though, you’re going to need to get used to wearing more than just the occasional shirt.
That’s going to take a little time.
Here are some of the ways I’ve noticed that wearing shirts can make me happier, better at my job, and a little less stressed.