#ChooseTENA and be Free and Confident


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When it comes to living life, there should be no compromises. Incontinence is an issue that is hush hush but should not be because so many people are living with it! What is incontinence? Incontinence is the lack of voluntary control over the bladder. I’m currently in my 36th week of pregnancy, so I know exactly what it feels like to have no control over my bladder. My baby loves to kick, punch, and roll on my bladder, so TENA® at CVS has come through for me giving me back my freedom and confidence, as well as allowing baby to naturally be, as well! 

Find TENA® at CVS and save with the BOGO50 and Buy 2 Get $1 ExtraBuck Reward. This is my favorite way to save at CVS because you can find coupons for just about ANYTHING! You can also use the $2 coupons from the free standing insertions that can be found circulating in the 4/30 Sunday paper. When dealing with incontinence, you may feel the need to feel free and confident and you definitely can with the help of TENA® at CVS. These pads are discreet and allow me to be myself! They inspired me to create a no-sew bag to keep these amazing bundles in my purse and upcoming diaper bag. 

You can find TENA® at CVS in the Bladder Control aisle OR you can Ship & Save with a 30% off offer from April 30 – May 13. 

Different types of TENA® can be found:

  • Ultimate Pad Reg 33ct 
  • Overnight Pad 28ct

We all know that incontinence is a hush hush subject and needs to be shared more so there can be no taboo about it, BUT at the same time, discretion is key, too! Having personally dealt with incontinence and perhaps even in the future, I decided to create a project that can keep these pads hidden in your purse/diaper bag. This project is perfect for someone who doesn’t sew and wants to create a personalized bag for her secret AND not-so-secret treasures. 

DIY No-Sew Bag

Supplies needed:

  • Adhesive fabrics or fabrics 
  • Hot glue or fabric glue
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Iron-on ribbon
  • Iron-on initial and/or embellishments
  • Self-adhesive fabric velcro

Step 1: To create the bag, I used two 8″ x 11″ inch adhesive fabrics of my choice. These have paper backings, which you can peel away and use as needed BUT you can also use regular fabric, felt, or material of your choice (using fabric glue or even hot glue). 

Step 2: As you see above, I only folded over enough of the backing to attach the two adhesive fabrics together until 3 sides were completely stuck together.

Step 3: Measuring out the iron-on ribbon of you choice, follow the instructions and attach it to the sides, as you wish. 

Step 4: Using another fabric, create a purse-like fold, measure, and cut. You can hot glue or use fabric glue on all sides to give it more of a bag look but it need not be functional. 

Step 5: Cutting out a circle with a different fabric, hot glue or use fabric glue to attach. 

Step 6: Add the iron-on letter or embellishments to the circle with a hot iron according to directions. Please be careful when using the hot iron!

Step 7: Finally, to make your bag functional, attach the self-adhesive fabric velcro. 

If you deal with incontinence, how do you keep things discreet, free, and confident? TENA® Lets You Be You!


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