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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Let's face it, no one wants to talk about Aunt Flo!

Period. Menstrual Cycle. Cramps. Things no one wants to talk about or probably read about. This is one area that I need to make eco-friendly. But is it something I really want to blog about?

I've been researching going eco-friendly with my monthly visitor for some time. I told myself that once EmmyLu was born, I'd make the switch and I still haven't.

The fine folks from Luna Pads must have been reading my mind as they asked me to share this with my readers:

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Curious but not sure you’re ready to make the switch? Now you can try before you buy! Lunapads offers first time customers 1 Lunapads Pantyliner sample for just $5 shipping & handling -- plus, you’ll receive a coupon for $5 off your next order.
Some conditions apply. Get your free sample here:

Here's my chance to start making that move. Wish me luck. I might write about it.

Lunapads is offering me some free product (which is completely timely) in exchange for posting this offer. Opinions are my own.


  1. Does it count as eco-friendly if I take my birth control pills continuously with no breaks so I never have periods? (I shouldn't say "never." My doc suggests I do it once or twice a year).

  2. I use a menstrual cup and love it. The one I use is the diva cup.



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