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Get your Prada babes, today we’re channeling in our inner Miranda Priestley (minus the devil part, of course).  via GIPHY   1. Visualize your day Make to-do lists, use the Kanban method, calendar block, draw up a pie chart if you have to. Whichever method you choose, make sure you can use it to SEE how you’ll spend the day. You don’t have to plan the day to its minutes, allow some flexibility so you wouldn’t go too hard on yourself. Visualizing your day helps you avoid you from becoming an overworked machine. Personally, the Enya team loves using Trello! 2. Don't skip meals Getting a...

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As if the mood swings, breakouts and cramps weren’t enough of a statement… There’s also that first whiff you get when changing your pads. We've got you! This is a guide to decode what your period odour is telling you. Metallic & Copper-like Periods usually smell metallic due to the iron content in our blood. There should not be any concerns if your period smells this way. Approaching the end of your period, the metallic smell will definitely be less pungent. In this case, scented pads wouldn't also be the best idea because the chemicals will throw off your vaginals flora (your good bacteria)...

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Gaaahhhh, who else is feeling the urge to just run outside on the street wildly? Because I STRONGLY DO, BUT I am fighting my urge and keeping myself holed up in my house and following our government's orders.  I totally get you. This quarantine is making us go crazy. You've probably done just about everything in the last 6 days huh.   Dalgona coffee? ✔️ Scroll through Instagram 18 hours a day? ✔️ Facetimed your best friends 5x a day? ✔️   Running out of ideas I see. So might I suggest you 8 new activities for you to do?   1. Cook/bake a new recipe Allow...

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We know people are panic buying... Amidst all this... you've noticed toilet paper going out of stock... We thought that would be it... But SANITARY PADS ARE GONE NOW TOO. We wonder, why are people worried about stocking up sanitary pads if we are still allowed to buy it when needed? And now, apparently police officers are concerned women are picking up more than 1 pack of sanitary pads? . . . . . . So here's where Enya steps in. We provide FREE YES. FREE. Period pads for you. All you have to do is, Just Pay Postage It...

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How inorganic cotton affects us: As many of you guys know, most of our pads whether it's a regular/organic type, are made from cotton. Using inorganic cotton means you are exposing your most intimate parts with harmful chemicals called dioxins. Dioxins are a group of highly toxic chemical compounds and are notorious for being harmful to health, i.e reproduction problems and disrupting hormones that can potentially lead to cancer.  This isn't to scare you guys away, but you should know what comes in contact with your skin, am I right? Dioxins aren't the only chemicals to put us at risk, but many commercial sanitary products...

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