You learn a lot of new vocabulary when you switch jobs. I used to deal in the alphabet soup of television production terms: IFB, SOT, WX*, to name a few of the dozens of words that slipped into my everyday speech over the years and drove my family batty.

πŸ“Here are a few of the words I’ve learned/used in the last five years: lift gate, pallet jack, and menstrual cup. The last one, while a really smart option for people with periods, is not something you must have to do your job. Lift gates and pallet jacks… yeah, those are a must.

Today I used a few choice words I bet a lot of you use (or have at least thought) at your jobs, but I best not spell them out here. πŸ€ͺ Take a look at how my morning went without some of my new job necessities.πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸŽ₯🍿

β†’The good news is that the company donating all of those products is FANTASTIC! We have been working with Edgewell Personal Care for a few years, and they have bent over backward to help. We’ll get this all fixed. 😘😘

In the meantime, check out our Product Gallery where you will find lots of vocabulary that will help you master all the basics… of menstrual products. Trucking and shipping… you’re on your own. πŸš›πŸšš

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