Everything sucks and you hate everyone. Totally fair. Here’s some fixes to help cure those period-induced mad sads.
Got a case of the mad sads? Not anymore. Your pocket-sized hype woman Emma Holland is here to cheer ya up.
Guaranteed to make you giggle at least a little, let this hilarious compilation of the internet’s finest dissolve your mad sads away.
Um no, you're not being irrational – it's your hormones taking you on a bloody roller coaster ride. Here's Dr Pav on why periods give us all the damn feels.
Snuggle up and get ready to indulge in some cathartic crying with these melancholy tunes curated by Kira Puru. Check the full playlist here: bit.ly/Moxie_PityPartyfor1
Processed snacks are a 🙅 from us, dawg. If you're vibin' sweets to lift that mood, make these super easy bliss balls instead.
Nutritionist Katherine Hay promises your sugar cravings will be curbed from the natural sweetness in dates that contain essential proteins, fats and fibre. They help maintain a healthy blood glucose balance without having the huge sugar highs and lows. Cute!
Self-care tip for sad babes:
There’s nothing better than a good crying sesh. Did you know there’s health benefits to crying, too? Crying, relieves stress, can reduce blood pressure and remove toxins from the body.
In Japan, you can even cry yourself silly at crying clubs called rui-katsu – which literally means ’tear-seeking’.
So pull up with that box of tissues and your fav soppy flick, you'll feel so much better after – promise.
Never underestimate the power of some skin-on-skin to bring your vibe up. So get your kit off and get it on with sexologist Chantelle Otten.
Sick of being sad? Try this fun and energetic workout from fitness guru Jacqui Kingswell that’ll get that gorgeous body movin’ and those endorphins pumping.
For extra good vibes, chuck on your fave song while you're working out.
Boxing punches x10, fast feet x10, step tap x10, party circle x10, jump ankle tap x10.