For all menstruating persons who struggle through that time of the month, this empowering handbook helps you develop a holistic approach to managing your cycle and its physical and emotional side effects If you’re a person who menstruates, you’ve probably experienced unpredictable cycles, mood swings, cravings, and unpleasant physical symptoms like bloating–not to mention painful cramps, trouble sleeping, and more. Pop culture tells us to pop a Midol and open a pint of ice cream, but the average person with a uterus spends the equivalent of ten years menstruating. That’s too much time to feel out of control. The good news is that you don’t need to. This handbook from two certified yoga and Ayurveda teachers will give you the information and tools you need to feel your best when you normally feel at your worst. Good Flow contains advice on: How your period evolves over time Foods and drinks that make cramping and bloating better (or worse) How to sleep when you’re uncomfortable Mood management Red flags that require a medical diagnosis Don’t settle for discomfort! Learn how to take action no matter what kind of menstruation experience you’re having so you can feel like your best self. FOR READERS LOOKING FOR CONTROL OVER THEIR REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: Women and uterus-owners are having big, open conversations–especially on social media–about taking control of their reproductive health as a key aspect of wellness, which has led to a growing awareness of underdiagnosed and misdiagnosed diseases like polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriosis. Good Flow seeks to further this kind of awareness and empower women to manage their health. CONVERSATIONAL AND RELATABLE: Julia and Roos have a warm, approachable voice that’s perfect for Millennial and Gen Z women who have trouble navigating tough health topics (like periods!) BEAUTIFUL PACKAGE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS: The aesthetics of the package and illustrations will appeal to consumers who love the soft, pretty, and aspirational vibe of lifestyle and wellness books that do well at Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and Paper Source. TRACKERS PUT THE EMPHASIS ON MINDFULNESS OVER ACHIEVEMENT: Rather than orienting yourself toward a specific goal, the trackers contained in the book help you stay attuned to your body and draw connections between diet, exercise, sleep, and stress management. PART OF THE “FEEL GOOD” SERIES: This is the third book in the “Feel Good” series, following on the heels of Good Sh*t and Good Night. These books fit together informationally, tonally, and aesthetically, making them collectible, merchandisable, and ready for gifting.