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Is ŌURA x Natural Cycles worth it?

This blog is part of a series. Click a link below to read other posts. To use ŌURA x Natural Cycles for ovulation confirmation, you need to either purchase an ŌURA ring or already own one. In addition, both Natural Cycles and ŌURA have monthly membership fees, and according to Natural Cycles, users need to…

First Impressions of the Natural Cycles App

I started using Natural Cycles to test how it works with the ŌURA ring. The Natural Cycles app has a lot of information displayed in different ways, and I understand the struggle of figuring out how to make that intuitive, useful, and simple since I used to work for a fertility app. It has the…

What does temperature have to do with ovulation?

The science of the menstrual cycle is amazing, and harnessing that science is how people have used the Symptothermal Method to successfully avoid pregnancy for decades. If you want to know a little more about it, read Phases of the Menstrual Cycle, but I’ll briefly talk about some terms and how ovulation and temperature are related.…

Lovesac Sactional Update: 1 Year Later Review

One of my biggest concerns when we bought our Lovesac Sactional was if it would last long enough to justify the steep cost. It’s been almost a year, so I thought I’d share our experience to help people make the decision. If you want to read more about our whole experience with Lovesac, check the…

The Moonlander Ergonomic Keyboard: 3 months later

What I really wanted to know when I bought this mechanical keyboard was if the white Moonlander would get dirty with use. Here are my keyboard halves after 3 months of regular use. I don’t usually eat at my desk, especially if it’s something that will leave a residue on my fingers (no Cheeto fingers!),…

Phases of the Menstrual Cycle

Ah, the menstrual cycle. So misunderstood by many, but so important for all. The menstrual cycle starts with the first day of your period and ends the day before your next period, but the amount of time in between varies more than people expect. The 28-day cycle many people are familiar with is actually an…

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