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Happy New Year!

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Happy New Year! It’s probably safe to say that we are happy to see 2020 go, and that we have lots of hope for what 2021 may bring!

I am truly grateful for your support over the last year! I appreciate each and every one of you!

We have big plans coming for 2021 and I cannot wait to share all of them with you.

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Stay tuned for a year of helpful information and new offerings!

And again, thank you for your support and readership over the past year. I look forward to helping you meet your 2021 goals!

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4 Comments

  1. Jean Gloria

    Happy New Year! Thank you for the knowledge I acquired through your 90 hour online IBCLE and your online review course that enabled me to pass my IBCLE exam last September 8 ,2020.

    • Marie Biancuzzo

      Jean, Congratulations! So delighted that you found it so helpful. I do remember you had some questions along the way, and you seemed like a serious learner who really wanted to master the material. So I’m happy to hear you passed, but I’m not surprised!

  2. Jean Gloria

    Thank you so much! Do you have any suggestions like what book to purchase to help me as a lactation consultant? I work as maternity nurse for over 25 years now and have always enjoyed helping our mothers in breastfeeding. I learned so much more after I registered in your 90 hour class. Right now, I like to learn more about breastfeeding after the newborn is discharged. If you have any suggestion, I will surely appreciate it.

    • Marie Biancuzzo

      Jean, what a fabulous question! I agree, totally. Many years ago, I had been a maternity nurse in multiple subspecialties before pursuing my IBCLC. I completed my required course, passed the exam, and then said to myself, “What do I do now?” I had a tough time finding my place, really. In my live course (which got cancelled twice this year) I do spend some time talking about job descriptions, roles and responsibilities, etc. etc., but this year, I made a note to myself to do more with it elsewhere. In answer to your question, there is NO book out there to truly answer this question, so don’t waste your money. I have probably upwards of 50 breastfeeding/lactation books on my shelf, and none of them truly address the nuts-and-bolts of that question. I’m pretty buried here, trying to run a virtual office with all of my teammates working from home, but I’m wondering if I could offer a short virtual Q&A session of some kind for a very limited number of people for free. Would that interest you? Anyone else out there who would be interested?

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