School Period Survival Kit! ~ A Girl’s Guide To Life pt. 6

Hey lovely’s! Today I’m back at it with another post in my A Girl’s Guide To Life series! Today’s post is basically a follow up of my first A Girl’s Guide To Life Post, The Ultimate Period Survival Kit. This post is going to be items that you need while your on your period at school. It’s a great thing to keep your period survival kit in your backpack every day of the school year because for most teen girls their periods are irregular and unpredictable so it’s a great idea to always be prepared.

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To start of this post I’m going to give you an ingredients list and then later on explain why you’ll need these items.

  1. Small bag or purse.
  2. Pads, panty liners, or tampons.
  3. Pain medication. *ibuprofen.
  4. Underwear.
  5. A plastic bag.
  6. Hand sanitizer.
  7. Water bottle.
  8. Tide to go stick.

Why do you need these items? Read below to find out!

  1. Small bag or purse.
    1. This is important because it provides a place for you to keep your period survival items together and let’s face it you don’t want to be that girl who goes digging through her bag looking for a pencil and drops a pad and a pair of underwear on the floor. Awkward! The bag doesn’t have to be anything special, you could honestly just go to the dollar tree, that’s what I’m planning to do for next school year. In fact all of these items you can get at the dollar tree.
  2. Pads, panty liners, or tampons.
    1. This one is pretty self explanatory. At the beginning of every week you should check your period survival kit to make sure it’s stocked with as many pads as you’ll need. Remember it’s better to be safe than sorry. I would suggest that when you think your about to start to your period you wear a panty liner. Like I said better safe then sorry.
  3. Pain medication. *ibuprofen.
    1. You can’t bring a hole bottle of Ibuprofen to school but one or two in your backpack shouldn’t be a problem. Just try your best not to look like a drug dealer.
  4. Underwear.
    1. If your lucky you won’t need these but if you didn’t wear a panty liner and your underwear have been ruined then having an extra pair of panties will come in handy. You should have dedicated underwear for that time of the month.
  5. A plastic bag.
    1. This comes in handy when you need a place to put your underwear. What I hate the most is when school bathrooms don’t have a place to throw away sanitary products, makes me so mad so this will work for that too until you can find a trash can, just try to be discreet so don’t use the one in the lunchroom.
  6. Hand Sanitizer.
    1. This is just great to have in general because school are full of germs but if your school bathroom is out of soap you need some hand sanitizer because that’s just nasty.
  7. Water bottle.
    1. Like I said in my Ultimate Period Survival kit, heating pads come in handy but you can’t bring a heating pad to school so fill up your water bottle with warm water and place it on your stomach. If anyone ask what your doing tell them it’s done of their dang business.
  8. Tide to go stick.
    1. This is great for if you got blood on your jeans or shorts, you can use the tide to go stick to remove your stain. If you don’t know what a tide to go stick is it’s just a travel size instant stain remover. I don’t know the price but I’m definitely going to check it out.

That’s it for today’s post lovely’s! Hope you enjoyed. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @kristanicole13, on Instagram @krista.nicole.m, and on bloglovin’ @kristanicole13. Love you all and I’ll see you tomorrow with another post!

P.S. Add some chocolate to your kit if you’d like.

XOXO, Krista Nicole 3

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