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Peggy O'Mara's new website focuses on parenting, health, social justice and more

The site hosts a wide variety of timely and helpful articles.
The site hosts a wide variety of timely and helpful articles.peggyomara.com

Mothering Magazine's Peggy O'Mara has founded a new website, and it covers a wonderful range of topics that are lacking on most parenting sites.

The self titled Peggy O'Mara site covers topics such as attachment parenting, homesteading skills, pregnancy and birth, natural recipes, peace, breastfeeding, DIY baby food, frugal living, social issues and much more.

The website says:

Articles on the site are carefully chosen to bring you provocative ideas, excellent writing, and moving photography, all to help you make better decisions.

In addition to articles on natural families and healthy living, peggyomara.com covers the over-arching issues of conscious living and social justice with a solutions focus: WhatYouCanDo and GoodNews. And, for fun, we offer you food, media and DIY.

Recent posts include topics such as:

  • Being Authentic with Kids
  • Halloween Face Paint
  • Green Baby Shower
  • World Food Day
  • Genetically Modified Babies
  • Instead of Spanking
  • Homestead School

Peggy O’Mara is the mother of four adult children and grandmother of two. Most people know her as the Editor and Publisher of Mothering Magazine from 1980 to 2011. She also founded mothering.com in 1995 and was its editor-in-chief until 2012.

She's the author of many books, including Natural Family Living, Having a Baby Naturally, and A Quiet Place. She is also on the advisory boards of Attachment Parenting International, Best for Babes, Holistic Moms Network, Infant Massage USA, Intact America, and Oak Meadow.

You can follow the new site by newsletter, Facebook and Twitter from the page, as well.

This is a great resource not just for attachment parenting issues, but for lots more.

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