This is a sponsored
post written by me on behalf of bedsider.org
blog! I tend to stay away from getting into post like this, but I think this is
going to be great for all of us. I am absolutely thrilled to have been given
this opportunity to tell my thoughts on this subject. I think that this post contains important information for all of us. Make sure that you read this entire post, because at the end it contains something very interesting!
year old single lady, so as you can imagine I have looked into and tried many
different methods of birth control. Regardless if you are married or single the
word “birth control” plays throughout your mind at some point. This day in age
there are many different methods and that can provide you with the protection
that you desire. For example, most people don’t think about STD being including
in the veil of protection. For this post I looked at all of the preventative
methods on the bedsier.org website. I must
say that there were things that even surprised me, like the Female Condom. Then again, there were things
that I expected to see like regular condoms and the “pill.”
others need to be taken daily. I know that I tend to be drawn to methods such
as “the pill”, male condoms, and “the shot.” These are just ones that I have
found personally work for me! The serve their purpose completely, but I will
mention that I am such a nut about being careful that I often pair methods together.
This is just my preference, but I highly suggest that you check out http://bedsider.org/methods to find what works
best for you! Additionally I can’t express how important it is for you to set
reminders to take birth control and appointment with your physician, for more
information on how to manage these check out http://bedsider.org/reminders. I must admit that sometimes it is not easy for
me to remember to take birth control, so with advancement in technology I use
reminders from my cell phone to help remind me. However, using the http://bedsider.org/reminders website you can actually set up reminders for all of your appointments and reminders to take your birth control. All it takes is one mistake for
your life to change completely. I will
say that at the end of the day, taking birth control is completely empowering. It
gives me the feeling that I am taking control of my life and making good
decisions about my future. I usually
store my birth control in the bedside drawer of my nightstand.
be wondering what else does this single lady have in her bedside drawer. Well
don’t get too excited it is not anything abnormal, but to me these are my necessities.
Right now, I have one of my favorite books called Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin. This is a book that I have read
several times throughout my life, but I find that the Character Elizabeth
Bennett is someone that I can relate to who I want to be. She is so unrestrained
and she has her own Mr. Darcy, so how could I not admire a woman like this.
There are also other things in my bedside drawer that are very random, such as: Victoria’s Secret Body Butter, 3 EOS Lip Balms, my high school diary, Bible, Photograph album, condoms, batteries(For TV Remote), Mario Badescu Night Cream, Current Cosmopolitan Magazine, Apple IPad, Victoria Secret body Spray, and my sorority badge. These are all kind of random, but I just prefer that I have them located here. I tend to think a lot at night and sometimes read and think in the past, while watching TV and catching up on missed Bible readings. I have discovered that some days require extra extra Bible readings and praying.
Well Hold On…There is a contest to enter! See the rule list below for more information and I wish you all the best of luck!!!
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Create your own Pinterest board titled, “What’s in My Bedsider Drawer?”
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