• Tashi

    Learning For a Better Future in Nepal

    My name is Tashi Dolma and I am from a small village in Nepal called Nubri. Nubri is in a very remote area located at the base of Mt. Manaslu, the 8th…

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    Earth Saving Tips from the Lunapads Crew

    Happy Earth Day, Team Lunapads! We hope you take some time out today to enjoy our beautiful planet, and remind yourself why it’s so important to do everything we can to protect…

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    Look! It’s our new Website & Blog

    We’re doing a big happy dance here at Lunapads because we’ve given ourselves a fabulous new makeover! Here’s a highlight of what we’re excited about at Lunapads.com. New Logo & Branding: We are thrilled…

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    Kitty’s 25 Birthday Wishes for Pads4Girls

    During the summer of 2013, I had a chance to visit Destiny Academy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. With the passion of serving the underprivileged, the school provides quality education to some of…

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    Periods: Blessing or Curse?

    The recent media attention over professional tennis player Heather Watson’s “girl things” allusion to the relationship between her recent performance at the Australian Open tennis tournament and having her period has opened up…

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    Kids, Kegels & Leaks oh my!

    Image above (via David Davis) is of Mary Lepper (L) America’s first woman to run a full marathon. This guest blog post was written by Kim Vopni (@FitnessDoula) Founder of Pelvienne Wellness.…

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    For the love of “M.”

    A shining star of a person has been blazing her way across Vancouver and the Lunaverse for the past few years: we are sad to see her move on to other solar…

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    FDA Compliance & The Cost of Doing Business

    There has been a recent flurry of activity on the topic of FDA registration and questions from our customers about whether Lunapads are FDA compliant. The short answer is YES we have been…

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    25 years later: what has changed?

    I still remember arriving home from my then-job at a local university on December 6th, 1989 to find my parents glued to the television. What was happening, I asked them? “It looks…