Guest Post Part Two: How One Online Community Managed Growth

February 20, 2014

Find Part One of this post here. Crossroads This past July saw an influx of mothers who planned a natural hospital birth that ended in cesarean. The group’s guidelines have always stated that membership is only open to mothers who planned out-of-hospital births, but because of the way Facebook operates, there is no way to […]

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Understanding Your Privacy Settings In Facebook Groups

December 10, 2013

Understanding the privacy settings of Facebook Groups helps make sure you are sharing (or not sharing) information with those you intend to share with. Facebook Groups are an online space where a group of people can discuss a particular interest. The settings we’re discussing here are different than those for your personal profile or your […]

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How To Make Your WordPress Page Password Protected

September 21, 2013

There’s lots of reasons you might want to have a password protected page. These include: A class or training where you’d like to provide additional materials online, but not available to anyone that visits your site You’d like to create a sense of added value for participants in a program or class You have special […]

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Guest Post at Science and Sensibility

August 6, 2013
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We know that families that work with midwives enjoy much higher breastfeeding rates. What is it that we can learn about what midwives best practices? How can we transform those into policies that help women reach their breastfeeding goals, regardless of setting? I am honored to be guest posting today, along with Midwives Alliance of […]

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