This is the story of how a $60 investment saved me $900 and counting.

I’ve been wearing the same pair of reusable menstrual pads since I was a sophomore in college. These pads have seen me through LOTS and LOTS of periods and these seem to show no signs of stopping anytime soon.

When I first started using menstrual pads, I was a broke college student and the thought of shelling out $60 for a set of 5 reusable pads was pretty daunting to me. But I’m so glad that I did.

Not only have I saved myself almost a grand in money that I would have spent on throw-away pads, but I’ve also saved the environment! WIN-WIN, I’d say!

In this episode of Girl Meets Body, I’m going to walk you through the ins-and-outs of using (and reusing and reusing and reusing) eco-friendly menstrual pads.

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