I found this wise letter written to a, well, if i said what i wanted to, it would take too long. So, just read.
Dear Mr. Thatcher,
I have been a loyal user of your Always maxi pads for over 20 years, and I appreciate many of their features. Why, without the LeakGuard Core™ or Dri-Weave™ absorbency, I’d probably never go horseback riding or salsa dancing, and I’d certainly steer clear of running up and down the beach in tight, white shorts. But my favorite feature has to be your revolutionary Flexi-Wings. Kudos on being the only company smart enough to realize...
I have seen this somewhere, probably even in this club, “this” being the statement that the best thing about being a woman is the ability to doll yourself up. I must say that I have been completely confused. I cannot understand why anyone would willingly objectify themselves and see it as something to be proud of. And, before you ask, I am not talking about BDSM or any variation thereof, because sexual preferences of consenting adults are absolutely none of my business. :) What I have in mind is making a doll out of yourself on a daily basis. One more thing, I am not trying to belittle or...
[b]1.) Eat Chocolate. Chocolate helps you have less stress which will make you feel better when having PMS.
2.) Try not to act like you are having your Premenstrual Syndrome. Such as, walking like something is wrong with your pad/tampon. Act like you have nothing wrong with you and act natural. Then, no one will know.
3.) When coming back from school/work, go to bed. Laying down helps your period and lets it go more smoothly so you won't have a delay in your usual period time. It also helps you relax.
Be well groomed and take pride in yourself.
1. ridiculously huge coupon a day. Like doing Sacramento at 90% off!
Try cute hairstyles! Wearing your hair down day after day can look boring and uninspired. Scrunchies and cute hair clips are a must! It's nice if your accessories match what you're wearing; which should compliment your figure.
Wear deoderant. Especially during P.E. Anti-perspirant deoderant is the best kind because it slows down sweating when applied directly to your arm-pits. If deoderant isn't really your thing, perfume or sweetly-scented body spray...