7-day Planner Page
Here is a page that you can use as a weekly planner page. It can be used as a temporary planner if you have a busy week or are tracking symptoms or using a short-term medication.
Essay: Preventive Care and Insurance
Tips about understanding some insurance basics in our society and some of the services available under the Affordable Care Act.
Keeping track of your hormonal cycle is important, especially for those with uteri who menstruate. Tracking your cycle can give you a better indication of your overall health. If you are having difficult periods or any other issues with your reproductive system, your gynecologist may want to know what your cycles are like. And most doctor’s forms for a visit will ask you the date of your last period. You can also use this to track what phase of your cycle you may be in so you can recognize and care for your needs during the different stages of your natural rhythm.
Obviously, if you are not a menstruating person or if you have other needs, you can adapt and personalize this tracking calendar. Make up symbols, use stickers, add birthdays, or track medications or symptoms (like days you have a migraine, for example). You can use these pages in conjunction with the planner pages for more space. Make them your own and make them useful to you. These pages can be photocopied to replenish them or downloaded from the website. Make extra copies and stick them on your bulletin board or somewhere where you will be able to see them and save your panties from accidents, menstruators!. Just a grrrly suggestion!
Some DIY (Do-It-Yourself) tips and tricks for the worksheets (and in general!)
A guide for how to make your own re-usable menstrual pads!
Doctor Visit Prep Sheet
Has this ever happened to you? You went to the doctor’s for an appointment, but once you got in to see the doc your symptoms magically lessened or disappeared and your brain doesn’t seem to recall any of the things that you wanted to say? Or perhaps you got so overwhelmed with emotion once the doctor walked in that you didn’t know what to say except that you’re tired of being unwell? You’re not alone. This worksheet is for you!
Medication Track Sheet
Medicines (Rx) are a part of life. For whatever reason you take them, even if they are daily vitamins, it’s important to take them regularly as prescribed. It’s also important to keep track of what you’re taking--for filling out those dreaded forms! Here is a worksheet to help you out!
Medical History and Emergency Card
Forms, forms, forms. Every time you see a new physician (sometimes when you see the SAME physician multiple times) you will have forms to fill out. Here is a worksheet that will let you keep a running tab on all of those things that you tend to forget when handed a clipboard full of blank spaces.
Essay: Period Poverty
What is period poverty, anyway? Read and find out!
Essay: Reusable Period Products
This essay covers some information about utilizing reusable menstrual products and considerations for being a sustainable menstruator.