Tips for dealing with your period.

Ladies, Let's Talk 10 Tips For Period Care

Time to get real about periods.


We all get periods, it normal. Every month for years to come, we're going to get that monthly visitor that feels like our uterus trying to murder our insides. For this article, I just wanted to talk about them and maybe tell you all the things you may have not known.

1. Hydrate yourself!

I've heard that if you drink lots of water while on your period it could help with making your period lighter. Also, during our periods our bodies are going through so much so it's best to just stay hydrated.

2. Keep sipping your tea.

So green tea can help with reducing your cramps and helps soothe the body which is important while you're on your period.

3. Invest in a heating pad.

I'm pretty sure everyone knows this but get yourself a heating pad!!!! Let me tell you, after a day of cramps and you come home and lay on your heating pad it is the best.

Heating pads help with cramps so much!

4. Stay away from caffeine!

Caffeine can cause your periods to be even heavier, which no wants. So just for a couple of days stay away from the coffee.

5. Explore different products

Shout out to my big sister because she recently just put me onto these new organic tampons! They are just called Organic Cotton Tampons. There are no added fragrances, dyes, pesticides, and more!

These kind of period products are so important because it is so important that you are not putting any products into your body that could harm you.

6. Watch what you eat!

While on your period you have to be aware of what you are eating! For example, eat foods such as cashews, bananas, and even dark chocolate.

These food are high in magnesium which can help with cramps, bloating, and more.

7. Take the day to yourself.

Honestly, periods can sometimes be a lot to handle. From heavy bleeding to cramps. So if you need to take the day to yourself then do just that! Don't force yourself to put up a front when in reality it feels like you are being stabbed over and over in your stomach.

8. Know yourself!

Know and understand your body. Know when you are about to come on your period, know what kind of pads or tampons work for you, know the types of medicines that help you feel better.

9. Get some good sleep.

When on your period a helpful thing to do is when going to sleep is keeping a towel underneath you! This helps to ensure that you don't get any blood on your sheets just in case theirs an accident.

10. It just a period.

At the end of the day, it is just a period, we all get it. Some worse than others. But us women are so strong, we barely let it effect us!

See, periods don't always have to be that bad!

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Take that sick road trip you've been wanting to go on, it's actually super good for your health.


We all have a crazy adventure planned, that we live out solely through our Pinterest boards. It wasn't until recently, when I myself took the trip of a lifetime with two of my best friends, that I realized how good road trips can actually be for both your mind AND body.

Driving = Hippocampus Expansion

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Driving, especially long distances, helps your brain with spatial reasoning. A Sunny Afternoon explains that driving actually helps this region of the brain make calculations and increases brain power. Kinda like sudoku... but on wheels.

New places, faces and experiences = MENTAL WORKOUT

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Think of all the cool things you will see, the hundreds of different people you could meet, and the awesome places you'll explore. This overload of new information to process will help your brain build its capacity.


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Fresh air and sunshine is the key to bettering your mind, which leads to bettering your body. Not only do your lungs get a break from pollution-filled air, but the sun boosts the Vitamin D levels in your body to put you in a better mood.

Good company = good mood.

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Choose your travel buddies wisely. Yes, you'll be stuck in the car with them for a LONG period of time, but they also can help with your mental health. The happier you are and the more you laugh, the bigger boost your serotonin levels will get.

You (most likely) will get a lot of good exercise.

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OK, hear me out... I know being cooped up in the car on a road trip isn't very good exercise. It's so important to pick a place that features some sort of physical aspect (I just took a hiking trip to a few national parks in Utah) so you can stretch those legs.

Your mind will thank you for finally going tech-free.

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We're all obsessed with our phones (you are... admit it). Going on a road trip is the perfect way to go unplugged and give your eyes/mind a rest. Less smartphone/email/social media time means less stress.

If you need some backup for convincing your parents to let you go on a road trip, show them this article. You're welcome and travel safe!!!

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Words, words, words. Considering how much we all need them, it's all too easy to get stuck in a rut with our vocabulary. These are 10 weird, wonderful, and delightfully obscure words that will brighten up your day-to-day conversations.

1. Prolix

Prolix means "using or containing too many words; tediously lengthy," usually referring to speech or writing. Now you know how to describe the next lecture in that class you hate.

2. Panglossian

Panglossian means "marked by the view that all is for the best in this best of possible worlds: excessively optimistic." Do you have someone in your life who is annoyingly positive? They're panglossian.

3. Defenestration

Defenestration means "the action of throwing someone out of a window." Not that you'll need this one, of course. Of course...

4. Nesh

Nesh means "unusually susceptible to cold weather." If you're the person who always has to have an extra layer, this is the word for you.

5. Deterge

Deterge means "to cleanse thoroughly." It's perfect for all your spring needs.

6. Eucatastrophe

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7. Gwenders

Gwenders means "a disagreeable tingling sensation in the extremities, caused by cold; numbness of the fingers or toes." Hopefully you won't be experiencing much of it now, but who knows.

8. Crapulence

Crapulence means "sickness or indisposition resulting from excess in drinking or eating." And it sounds way better than "hungover."

9. Petrichor 

Petrichor means "The pleasant smell that accompanies the first rain after a dry spell." Lots of us are probably experiencing petrichor this time of year.

10. Futz

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