Travel made easier for women

Travel made easier for women
"Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind."

                                                                            — Anthony Bourdain

 

A MissAdventure is adventerous and ambitious at heart but we can get especially fragile during those days of the month even against our best will.  Sometimes the best way is to distract yourself with the beauty of a new place or a new experience. Other times it’s better to grab a good book, some take out, and enjoy some down-time in your hotel. 

But what if we told you that even on those days you can travel as much as you want, swim in the ocean, climb that mountain, seal that deal and perform like a #missadventure any other day?

 

 

We have been on the road a lot, so we put together our best advice for staying on top of the game, any day, any time. 

 

  • Preparation is half success they say and we agree. Apart from knowing your cycle and body you should have everything with you especially if you will be traveling somewhere remotely. 
  • It is always good to stick to your regular routine as much as possible, even while travelling. This will help you combat the stress related to travel like jet lag. It is no secret that not having the conditions of your home will impact your body. Eat regularly, stay active and hydrated. 
  • Remember to relax, you are on holiday so plan to take it easier on those days and chill if this is what you feel like  
  • Have you tried a menstrual cup? Intimina's Lily Cup Compact, is created for combating the world regardles of which day of month it is. It also comes with a small, round case fits in any and every toiletry bag, backpack or even in the back pocket of your jeans! It is made of 100% medical grade silicone which is safe to use, and at the same time - eco-friendly, but the best thing is that is protects up to 12h! We suggest to have a spare cup with you for easy change. 
  • Other things to pack include a cleaning solution, a hand sanitizer, wipes (wet and paper), some pain killers and a bottle of water.

 

Being on your period while travelling doesn't have to be a hassle. You’re the only one who defines your fun and travel is all about doing the things you want. Just make sure you’re prepared with our tips so you can enjoy your trip, your way.

Those days of the month can be pretty rocky – moods are swinging, backs are hurting, but with our tips and the Lily Compact Cup we know you are ready for any adventure that comes your way with a smile. 

 

What are some remedies you use? Let us know in the comments.

 

3 comments


Masa

Masa

I love to travel so yes I’ve considered menstrual cup before but never really decided. I see Intimina has so many cool products! Maybe now it’s time to switch the tampons.

Jordan

Jordan

Honestly, I switched from the pill and got an IUD almost two years ago and I barely ever have a period had a period anymore. When I do, it’s extremely light and manageable. The cramps are also pretty minimal! If that’s an option for you and it’s covered by your insurance, I’d highly recommend looking into it. I got the Skyla and I love it :)

Nina

Nina

Thank you for sharing these tips! I take a warm bath and eat regularly. Never tried the cup yet but sounds interesting! :)

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