If you answered "yes" to these, you'll be relieved to know there's a way around this menstrual mess. While it's true that some women have a harder time dealing with premenstrual syndrome than others, with careful planning and determination it's also possible to work on your goals even as you deal with PMS.
If you need more help planning your way out of PMS, check out A New You, an online campaign launched by feminine hygiene brands Modess and Carefree. Armed with the goal of changing women’s lives in just 28 days, A New You emphasizes how proper feminine hygiene can free women from hassles such as wetness, period leaks, and odors.
A New You's 28-Day Goal allows you to choose and set your aims based on your own age group and personal interest. For instance, women in their 20s and above have the option to achieve the goal of becoming a Beach Babe, a Corporate Catch, or Travel Savvy in 28 days. Once you decide on a goal, the site plots tasks on the Online Planner to help track your progress, among other cool organizer functions.
If you're the type who gets caught off-guard by her period, you can also use the Online Planner to calculate your cycle, including your ovulation day and predicted first day of your period. You even have the option to receive cycle reminders through SMS, just to make you more prepared by the time your period comes.
It's easy to sign up for a free A New You account, but you can make the most out of the 28-Day Goal by getting the 28-Day Kit (P100, available in all Watson's branches). Not only does this kit provide you with feminine hygiene essentials such as Modess regular and overnight pads and Carefree panty liners and feminine wash, it also gives you a special code that you can use to earn points and redeem cool treats!
Bigger rewards and freebies await those who complete every 28-Day Goal, such as free protein treatment in Azta salon, free cookies from Cupcakes by Sonja, and discounts from other participating establishments.
Of course, a 28-day plan cannot be complete without guidance from experts. A New You is loaded with useful information about health, wellness, and career, all written by doctors, human resource specialists, and women who have succeeded in their respective fields. Members are even encouraged to send personal questions about feminine hygiene and health to Dra. Tere Henson, the site’s resident OB-Gynecologist.
It's never too late to improve ourselves, especially now that technology provides more ways to help us accomplish our targets. Log on to A New You to find out more about the campaign and start your life-changing plan.
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