Wow! Look at all the activity that happens when I go out of town!
I wonder if I can catch up. . . Taharas Mishpacha - I follow it and keep it and daven that it continues to enhance my marriage. Separate beds - the whole shebang.
Hair covering - it was easy for me to take it on as a newly frum (officially) married woman - as I made a complete break from my previous life at marriage. I cover my hair completely with snoods, occasionally hats, or a sheitl. I did ask a she'eila a number of years ago about covering in front of my children and our border (a girl) due to my migraines and was told that it was fine for me to not cover within my home as long as it was only family present. This is a ask your LOR question. During the day, many years later since that question the majority of the time my hair is covered within my home. I am just much more comfortable with it being covered. I would just as soon be stark raving naked as have my hair uncovered in front of someone else. I do believe that my hair is one of the gifts that I can offer my dh - another reason that I cover it more and more in my home as my boys are getting older.
It's not my place to judge you and what you do - if you choose to cover your hair - gezunterheit - if not - gezunterheit. And it's certainly not my business to pass judgement on you if you have tattoos or are pierced or use the mikvah or don't use the mikvah. I like going during my 9th month as a segula as well. Also not my place to judge you if you are reform or conservative or sephardi, or chassidish, or yellow, or green, or polka-dotted. Whatever. The only one who should judge you is the Holy One.
Oh, and modest dressing wise... skirts below my knee, no slits. 3/4 - long sleeves, modest neckline, no super clingy clothing - I hope - got to exercise to keep it that way
and no crazy platform shoes either.