In this blog, we’re chatting to the Women’s Environmental Network all about the problem with mainstream period care. Find out how damaging mainstream period products are to the environment and how to green up your period. Why should we have to comprise our health and the health of the planet, to take care of the very natural phenomenon that is menstruation? What’s the problem with conventional period care? One big problem is that
TOTM is powered by our community of period-pioneering customers. We love hearing how our products are making periods more comfortable, as well as eco-friendly! From a recent survey, we were excited to see that 99% of our customers would recommend us to a friend. Here, we’re sharing a round-up of our favourite feedback comments. Lauren, West Midlands “Nothing but love for this range. So comfortable!” Lauren’s TOTM period essentials: – Pads – Liners
We’ve rounded up the big period news stories of the year. 2019 has been a powerful year for periods! Menstrual wellbeing to be taught in English schools: It’s SO exciting to see that children in both primary and secondary school will now be taught about menstrual wellbeing. Instead of a brief overview of what a period is, children will now learn all about what is and isn’t normal for their menstrual cycle.
In this blog we are chatting to Jessica Duffin, author of ‘This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast’: A nutrition guide and cookbook for living and thriving with endometriosis. Jess is an EndoWarrior who since being diagnosed has dedicated her time to finding a way to live and thrive with endometriosis and help others to do the same, through holistic lifestyle and diet changes. She has healed her own endometriosis symptoms and built a
We’re super excited to be working with Queen’s University, Belfast, to provide free organic cotton period care to all students! We caught up with Tara Woodside who brought the period power to QUB. Here, Tara tells us all about how this came about and why it’s so important. “Last year, I came across the figures about each conventional menstrual pad containing the equivalent of 4 carrier bags worth of plastic. I was completely