This #UbyKotexSweeps sponsored post has been compensated on behalf of #Lunchbox and its advertiser. As always, my women’s health and sweepstakes opinions are my own.
What do you like most about shopping at Walgreens? For many, its about accessibility as much as affordability. Its getting the chance to run in for a minute to grab those few things that matter. And for women of all ages, that includes being the go-to store at keeping a fully stocked period survival kit.
That’s where the aspect of Women’s Health is so important. Because great support starts from Day One. And that Ladies, is something we always need to make sure to give ourselves each month. But more so, we need to celebrate its necessity. Broadcast its dependency. And basically enter to win any multi-winner grand prize that entitles itself as a “glam bag”. Like this one for instance sponsored from U by Kotex and Walgreens.
Think of the generations that won’t hear tales of trudging thru snow, uphill both ways to scrape enough bark off a tree like Great-Granny. I heard woe from my Mother about wearing some type of confangled belt with clips when she started greeting Mother Nature. And me? OMG…I didn’t have custom curved sizes and 3D Capture Core options!
In my house…it was all about the Super Longs. Because I would obviously understand at 12 that my diaper-esque waddle saved money. My first tampon? Came courtesy of a quarter in a locker room machine tucked in a cardboard box without directions. Like just changing during PE wasn’t bad enough. So after 24 years, let me just say for the record that one size does NOT fit all. And that isn’t thinking I’d surely be bleeding to death every 28 days after seeing that 1-1/2 inch thick wad of dressing the first time.
So yes. In about 5-6 years I’ll get to create a fancy schmancy glam bag for my daughter. And it will essentially capitalize on sequin bags, U by Kotex, and the vast assortment of lotions, soaps, and pain killers. I’ll quietly lament she’s growing up too fast. And then we can run to Walgreens. Because no matter what, there will never be enough chocolate. And learning one monthly tradition will actually never change.