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Robin Elise Weiss, LCCE

Look Forward to Your Period (A Little Bit)

By February 4, 2013

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Juniper Subscription Box for Your Period

Look, we all have to have periods. In fact, they are helpful to those trying to conceive. That said, they aren't any fun. First of all, it means you're not pregnant and that just sucks. But then there are all the nasty symptoms that can accompany your menstrual cycle, like bloating, cramping, mood swings, etc. And well, the bleeding.

Before this blog post gets to be a bit too depressing, I wanted to share with you something I'd never heard of before until recently: subscription boxes for your period. There are companies out there who cater to women and their monthly cycles. I've reviewed:

Each has a slightly different take on the business, but the basics are: they send you the protection that you need in the form of your chosen methods of feminine hygiene and some treats to make it tolerable.

So, if you have to have a period, and when you're extra disappointed that it showed up (a.k.a You're not pregnant this month, BFN!), these might be a bit of sunshine.

Have you tried any of these before? Do you know of any that I missed in my reviews?

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