Predicting your menstrual cycle can be tricky. In this post, I review a method that I use to track my menstrual cycle using excel or a planner layout.
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I have been tracking my menstrual cycle since 2007 and this is the layout that I use to track my cycle.
This layout can be created in a bullet journal or DIY Planner. This layout can also be created in an excel worksheet and tracked that way as well. If you would like to watch a video on how I created this layout please click here –> LINK
Why do I track my cycle?
- I can determine the average number of days my full cycle runs.
- When I know approximately how long my cycle lasts, I can more easily project into the future and predict when my cycle will start. This is especially useful for travel and planning trips.
- I am able to document particular cycle related aches and pains.
- I am able to see how my cycle falls in relationship to the New Moon and Full Moon over time.
Items used in this video:
- XL Moleskine Notebook (squared/grid) 7.5 x 9.5
- Morefone Calligraphy Pens (No bleed)
- Zebra M301 7mm Mechanical Pencil
- Phone Ring Light Overhead Mount
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