If you're ready to add a little one to your household, then you'll benefit from trying to conceive during ovulation. Luckily, narrowing down the days you drop eggs is a fairly accurate science, and whether you choose to stick with the tried and true ways of the past or jump in on the new wave of future fertility prediction, narrowing down your ovulation date is totally doable. All you have to do is keep an eye out for the signs you're ovulating and at optimal baby-making time.
According to the website for What To Expect, "ovulation usually occurs halfway through your menstrual cycle — the average cycle lasts 28 days, counting from the first day of one period (day one) to the first day of the next period." So for starters, you should start tracking your period and use your calendar to get a good idea of the window of time you might be ovulating. Once you have a time frame, you can start using these other five methods to look for signs that you're ovulating. There may be a little trial and error, but if you stick with it for a few months, you'll have a pretty good grasp on when your releasing eggs.