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September 7, 2018

Each year, I make it a point to attend a lot of  vendor events around central Ontario to expose the idea of reusable cloth pads to women as much as possible. I love these events! I can learn about what women are struggling with and what their concerns are. After all, e...

July 23, 2018

Looking for a great history lesson about the use of "sanitary napkins" and how women today are managing their periods? The CBC Radio program "Out in the Open" had a tremendous focus on this very topic on their September 8, 2016 edition. It was informative, funny, and e...

June 15, 2018

Hands down, when I talk to women about reusable cloth menstrual pads, the number one question I get is: "How do you wash them?" followed closely by the second question: "And there's no staining?!" 

I often have one of my own, personal pads to show to women how well clot...

January 25, 2018

I love going to local crafter events, both as a visitor and as a vendor! Where else can you see the most unique (and, let's be honest, sometimes weird) creations that come from the brains of creative people? They are havens for those on the hunt for something new, and ...

July 11, 2017

It's always nice when someone - who doesn't know and/or love you - says positive things about your hard work. 

Green-mom.com recently did a little review of my panty liners. Have a read here.  I hope you agree with her that clot pads are an integral part of your monthly...

July 8, 2017

Haven't we all been "liberated" from the durge of using rags, scraps, and other pretty dreadful materials during our periods? Isn't that what disposable pads are all about: liberating us from the restricitve, belted, and damn ugly things women used to stop menstrual bl...

April 1, 2017

What's the difference between cloth MENSTRUAL PADS and cloth INCONTINENCE PADS? While the basic premise is the same for these amazing cloth pads, the construction of the core is slightly different. 

Reusable cloth incontinence pads need something that will hold thin liq...

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