How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?

spiced spiced
I work from home. I often start work 5-10 minutes after I get out of bed. If I have in-person meetings that day, I spend about 45 minutes grooming and dressing.
04/30/2013
sweetpea12 sweetpea12
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Consider all the things you need to do before you can leave for the day, if you were to leave, (even if you don't usually leave for the day). For example, using the facilities, shower, shave, dress, hair, make-up, etc. Whatever you routinely do ... More
About 30 to 40 minutes including a shower
05/01/2013
Jaimes Jaimes
On an average morning, I'm out the door 10 minutes after I get out of bed. Once I get to work, it takes me about 5 minutes to put on makeup.
05/01/2013
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
For me it depends on where I"m going.

A run to the store? Five minutes to comb my hair, toss it in a pony, brush my teeth, throw on clothes and go.

Coffee with friends? Maybe half hour.

A date or party? HOURS. HOURS and hours. I love getting ready and doing all the girly stuff
05/01/2013
Kitka Kitka
Just 15-20 minutes but that's not counting eating breakfast and putting on shoes, etc. before leaving the house.
05/01/2013
indiglo indiglo
I'm like Carrie Ann - it totally depends on where I'm going.

Out to run errands, give me 15 minutes to throw on some clothes, splash water on my face, brush my teeth and put my hair in a pony tail.

If I'm just going out with friends, or over to a friend's house, I put on the barest of make up and toss my hair in a clip. Maybe 20 or 30 minutes.

But if I'm going someplace and I want to put on make up, do my hair and dress cute, it will take more time. Depending on how decked out I get, anywhere from 1 hour to 2 or more. Also, I like to take my time when I get ready and not rush - so I'll fix my hair and go do something else for a bit... then come back and do my make up and then take a break... and so on.
05/01/2013
Creepellah Creepellah
30-40 minutes. If I feel very happy even quicker.
05/01/2013
Mr. John Mr. John
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Consider all the things you need to do before you can leave for the day, if you were to leave, (even if you don't usually leave for the day). For example, using the facilities, shower, shave, dress, hair, make-up, etc. Whatever you routinely do ... More
I have no routine per se, but if I did need to get out the front door, I would say fifteen minutes. What does fifteen minutes buy me you ask? A shave, teeth brushed, shower, hair combed, and dressed. Please note however, I am likely wearing a Tommy Bahama ball cap and shirt, jeans or shorts, and sandals. This attire works for most things I do. I will though make accommodations for weddings and funerals. Maybe!
05/01/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Mr. John
I have no routine per se, but if I did need to get out the front door, I would say fifteen minutes. What does fifteen minutes buy me you ask? A shave, teeth brushed, shower, hair combed, and dressed. Please note however, I am likely wearing a Tommy ... More
Hey, comfort is key! As long as you can get away with it, I say wear what you like! Then again, I have been known to throw a winter coat & boots over my pajamas to run to the store, so I clearly have no shame! I also wear sandals until it snows!
05/02/2013
stacylyn stacylyn
Quote:
Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Consider all the things you need to do before you can leave for the day, if you were to leave, (even if you don't usually leave for the day). For example, using the facilities, shower, shave, dress, hair, make-up, etc. Whatever you routinely do ... More
15 to 20 min
05/02/2013
KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
30 max. I pretty much do everything the night before. I pick out my clothes and lay them out, I style my hair (so it only needs a touch up in the morning), etc. all the night before. I am not a morning person.
05/02/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
10-15mins?! Must be nice! It takes me an hour, 45 if I don't have to shave. And this isn't counting eating. I'm weird, sorta, I cannot go ANYWHERE unless I've had a shower in the morning. My hair is just a wreck and looks a bit oily in the morning and I just don't feel right. Plus, it helps wake me up somewhat. I may be able to do 30 if I don't dry my hair and just throw it up.
05/03/2013
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