Have you ever felt that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done? Deadlines at work, family obligations, and spending quality time with your husband – there are too many priorities to juggle, and the physical effort can leave you feeling uncomfortable and dispirited.
Things can get even tougher during menstruation, or if you suffer from vaginal discharge. Even urinary incontinence can cause discomfort down there, dampening your mood for the day.
Start Right, Start Bright
Mornings set the pace for your entire day. Try to start early, and bring the sunshine into your room, and your spirit, by opening the windows. Light exercises and a healthy breakfast will provide the energy you need to get through the day.
Start Clean, Dress Smart
A good hygiene routine is essential to feeling fresh and clean all day long. Shower and wash yourself carefully with an intimate wash. Keep a panty liner at hand as it helps you to feel fresh all day long. You can use different sizes and kinds of panty liners to suit your needs and dress style. Large panty liners are for pre- or post period days, while regular and small panty liners can be used during regular days. For extra comfort, cotton panty liners are great, while for special occasions, you can use a Carefree Flexi Comfort panty liner.
Stay focused, Stay on track
Your focus should remain on your end goal for your day. Keep a daily task list at hand to ensure you achieve your daily goals, allowing you to keep time aside for your loved one.
Bring a balance
A never-ending work routine can not only damage your health, but your relationships and productivity as well. Balance your life by ending your work day on time, and ensuring your time with your husband is without distractions.
Review your day
At the end of the day, review what you have accomplished as well as what made you happy. No day can be perfect, but you can make the best of it by learning from your mistakes and celebrating your achievements.
Note: This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.