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This page contains links to all of my favourite period, menstrual cycle and fertility awareness resources.
Get on your way to a better period with a combination of the following:
Period & Fertility Books
I have a huge collection of books about periods, the menstrual cycle and fertility awareness and I cannot recommend them enough! Here is a list of some of the best period books and a link for you to find them on Amazon and Booktopia:
Period Repair Manual (on Amazon) by Lara Briden
Period Repair Manual (on Booktopia) by Lara Briden
Taking Charge of Your Fertility (on Amazon) by Toni Weschler
Taking Charge of Your Fertility (on Booktopia) by Toni Weschler
50 Things You Need to Know About Periods by Claire Baker
Period Power by Maisie Hill
The Fifth Vital Sign by Lisa Hendrickson-Jack
Sweetening the Pill: or How We Got Hooked on Hormonal Birth Control by Holly Grigg-Spall
Beyond the Pill by Jolene Brighten
Fix Your Period by Nicole Jardim
WomanCode: Perfect Your Cycle, Amplify Your Fertility, Supercharge Your Sex Drive, and Become a Power Source by Alisa Vitti
Modibodi is my personal favourite period underwear brand. You can’t go past the quality of their product, their impressive range of products, their experience and expertise in the period underwear market and their wholesome brand.
An Australian, female-founded brand that has since gone global. Don’t worry if you’re not in Australia, Modibodi ships all around the world, with specific US and European hubs as well, with free shipping available in a range of countries when you spend a certain amount or have a discount code.
Another huge player in the period underwear market is US based Thinx. Launched at virtually the same time as Modibodi, they also have experience and expertise in the period underwear market and a great range of products as well.
Certainly not a new entrant to the underwear market, Bonds is an iconic, century-old, Australian underwear brand that very recently launched a range in the period underwear space.
This has been a huge step in normalising period underwear to the previously unacquainted as Bonds have a very loyal fan base. They have some really cool prints and funky, typical Bonds styles, but do sell out quickly.
You can shop Bonds by clicking this link
Ruby Cup is more than just a menstrual cup brand. They’re a business with purpose. Ruby Cup operate a Buy-One, Give-One model, which means, for every Ruby Cup purchased, they donate a Ruby Cup via their team of trainers and partners in one of their programme countries around the world. Their Buy-One, Give-One program operates in 11 countries around the world, where there are girls who do not have access to period products and menstrual health education. Ruby work to change this for those girls.
Ruby Cup is also one of the only menstrual cup brands that offer a money back guarantee. This is especially helpful if you are trying out a menstrual cup for the first time and you’re not sure if it will be right for you.
You can find out more and shop Ruby Cup by clicking this link.
Dot Cup is also a special menstrual cup brand and they too, operate a Buy-One, Give-One model. Dot Cup is a US Based, female founded company. I love their product. Their menstrual cup is a stylish, sleek, black cup and it comes with the coolest storage pouch.
You can read my menstrual cup review about Dot Cup by clicking this link.