We’re celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage, where (at least some) women finally got the vote in the UK. It is astonishing to think that as little as one hundred years ago women did not … Continue reading Well done sister suffragettes!
What an inspirational woman! We’re very grateful to Baroness Young of Hornsey for this Fab 5 Minute interview (and yes, it’s a little longer but then again we do like to get talking…). Baroness Young … Continue reading Fab 5 Minutes with Baroness Young
Here’s a sneak preview of our lovely new dispenser, specially made for dispensing FabLittleBags. See what we mean? It makes fabbing even fabber! This dispenser has been lovingly designed to look good in your bathroom … Continue reading Our dispenser is ready for its close up
How can such a little bag cope with a monster sized sanitary pad? Watch our demo below and see how it gobbles it up with ease. We’ve listened to our customers and you had told … Continue reading Perfect for Pads!
New research from Anglian Water and FabLittleBag with Mumsnet users reveals a surprising range of attitudes and experiences about how women handle their periods. The respondents were asked to sum up how they felt … Continue reading Just 6% of women feel positive about their periods
Charlie Ross of the Offset Warehouse is our next guest in the Fab 5 Minutes series, sharing her business secrets and the story behind her ethical fashion textiles business with FabLittleBag’s Martha Silcott. Mansplaining and … Continue reading Fab 5 Minutes with Charlie Ross
There’s been a global outbreak of monster fatbergs recently. If you’re lucky enough not to know what a fatberg is, I’m afraid I’m about to shatter your innocence. A fatberg is a sewer blockage formed … Continue reading Fighting a 130 Tonne Fatberg with an Ounce of Prevention
It’s not often you get four fab inspirational women in the same room, spinning paint and sharing period stories. This week we met with adventurer Anna McNuff, yoga queen Shona Vertue, Telegraph columnist Bryony … Continue reading What Barry the Octopus can teach us about periods
For many, poverty is a word associated with faraway places. And girls missing school when they’re menstruating seems like something that belongs in another era altogether. But even in affluent nations, some schoolgirls can’t afford … Continue reading The hidden crisis of period poverty