As part of our Period Powerful Profile series, we’re interviewing inspirational people running change-making campaigns or businesses. Next up, we chatted with Kimberley Dobney, Founder of an innovative project called Turn & Flow. Alongside her Marketing Designer Ciara, Kimberley is on a mission to make use of organic menstrual waste to save the planet. First things first, tell us about yourself… “Hello! I’m Kimberley, founder and project lead on Turn. Our small team is
Emily, our pioneer and founder of period power project ‘Good Blood’, tells us how she is choosing to be #PeriodPowerful Fed up with suffering with period pains in silence Emily set out to challenge the period taboo. Emily runs The Good Blood. A project set to empower others through clothing that proudly symbolise periods.
Get inspired by our roundup of 6 period pioneering accounts on Instagram. Check them out for a dose of period powerful inspo every day! We love that Instagram is home to a taboo-smashing menstrual movement. There are so many accounts producing inspirational content and doing amazing things to make us all feel period powerful. Truth be told, this could be a long blog with a list of accounts and pioneers. But we’ve put
We’re thrilled to announce another TOTM Period Powerful Pioneer, Angelique Panagos. Angelique is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and guru when it comes to boosting hormonal health and finding balance. Here, Angelique tells us about her own health journey and why this led her to write popular book, The Balance Plan. Hormones have a huge impact on our health and wellbeing. Nobody knows this more than our Period Powerful Pioneer, Angelique. Find out more
Get to know our inspirational TOTM Period Powerful Pioneer, PMDD awareness campaigner, Laura Murphy. Here, Laura tells us all about living with PMDD, and why she’s actively trying to raise awareness of this condition. Having PMS that makes you feel suicidal or makes you want to run away every month is not ‘just PMS’. PMDD is a severe and disabling form of Premenstrual Syndrome affecting 3–8% of menstruators. After being diagnosed with PMDD,