Written for the LCinPP conference, March 13-15, 2020, and only for conference attendees. Unlike every other blog post I’ve ever written please do NOT share this without my express written permission! Biggest mistake #3: writing a blog post like you write a research paper Which of these two examples is easier to read? Imagine, please,
I always get asked what my favorite books for lactation consultants are, so I’ve decided to make it official for once and for all and provide you lovely folks with a top 10 list (plus a bonus at the end for private practice lactation consultants).
originally posted 2/11/2018- updated 12/12/19 I’m a paper loving girl. If I buy a book, it’s hardcopy. I can’t handle a to-do list app; it’s gotta be written on a slip of paper. Meals for the week? Jotted down and posted on the fridge, not added to the family Google calendar. Since the moment I
Have you heard the term “chestfeeding” yet? Curious what it is? It’s safe to say that everyone knows what you mean when you talk about “breastfeeding.” The word tends to bring an image to mind, doesn’t it? A lovely, feminine looking mother with perfect hair and a gentle smile looking down into the eyes of
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