Where do you NOT wear your ering?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 46
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

justwaiting1230 :  I wear my ring everywhere and while doing everything. I feel like the safest place for it to be is on my finger. Granted, I’ve only been engaged for 1 month though…

Post # 47
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: February 2016

I don’t wear mine in vacation because I don’t sleep with my ring on and I worry that I’d leave it in a hotel safe because of the unfamiliar surroundings and lack of routine.

Post # 48
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Newbee

I used to not wear it while at home, but now I just take it off for showers, pool, working out and messy cooking/baking! 

Post # 49
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

The shower and when I doing things with raw meats and such .. other wise I pretty much wear them always . 

Post # 50
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2012 - rockport marine park

I work with animals so I usually don’t wear it to work. I tend to put it on as I’m leaving the house to go “out” whether that’s to meet family/friends, shopping, etc. I would definitely say there are more times when I’m not wearing it than when I am!

Post # 51
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Bumble bee

They come off to clean in general, mostly when cooking, showering, gardening, etc. 

Post # 52
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Helper bee

I take mine off when I sleep, shower, travel outside the US, and when I’m handwashing a large load of dishes.

Post # 53
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Helper bee

Shower, rough chores like dishes/ cleaning with chemicals/ yardwork/ outdoor activities like camping & hiking/ etc… Other than that I do wear my rings 24/7 including when I sleep.

Post # 54
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Bumble bee

I take mine off for cooking, cleaning, showering, and some workouts (hiking: no; contortion: yes). Other than that I keep both rings on all the time. 

Post # 55
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

I almost always have my ring on, I take it off while doing dishes, gardening, and swimming… that’s about all I can think of though.

Post # 56
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Busy bee

I never take mine off unless they’re being cleaned 

Post # 57
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

It’s actually really bad for your ring to wear it when: you’re sleeping, going to the gym, cleaning, or bathing. So I don’t wear it when I’m doing any of those activities, even yoga or anything in which I plan to sweat a lot. I also don’t wear it to the beach as I’m terrified of misplacing it there. I usually always take it off as soon as I’m home for the night and place it in its box. But I wear it mostly through any normal day

Post # 58
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Helper bee

Ha, I hardly ever have mine on. Basically, I’ll put the rings on when I’m leaving the house, but I’m not allowed to wear anything with a stone at work, so now that we’re married, I’ll probably just wear the wedding band to work. And even that will end up in my pocket because I work in a kitchen getting my hands dirty and sticking them in dishwater/sanitizer all day. The band was super cheap on Amazon so I wouldn’t even be heartbroken if I lost it – just click that link on the website in your order history where it says “purchase again”. laughing

From the day we got engaged, I was terrified of losing the ring. I had a friend when I was in my 20s who lost her engagement ring within 6 months of getting it. I hate wearing rings, so I knew I’d have to create a couple of designated spots to put the ring. No leaving it wherever. This has worked well for me. The designated spots when not on my finger: next to me at my computer desk, in my pocket (while at work), and on the kitchen table if I still had it on when I decided to cook or do the dishes. 

Post # 59
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Worker bee

Shower, cleaning, cooking, laundry, makeup application ( any time my hands will get dirty) on vacations and in the city ( I have fake rings for those.)

Post # 60
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

Gym if I’m not doing cardio.

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