I feel like I just finish a marathon that was made up entirely of sprints. *Whew!* Thank you for patiently waiting for me to finish this latest NFP Newsletter. Please be in touch if you have any questions!
Thanks to a great response from my last newsletter, I decided to make a Facebook group (oh no, not another one of those….?): The NFP Ambassadors Network
The purpose of this group is to share information and ideas, support one another, and get equipped to spread the word about NFP (any and all types!) in any way we can. We’ll be highlighting resources, current NFP news, asking questions and building up a repertoire of bulletin ads, conversation starters or other tools we might need in the quest to make NFP an available, accessible and achievable option for all couples who want it.
If you’d like to join, shoot me an email! Let me know about your NFP journey. We’d love to have you join the cause!
Head on over to the newsletter archives and check out the latest issue of “NFP and Me.”
As a follow-up, email me if you are interested in learning more about becoming an NFP Ambassador for your parish! You don’t need to be a teacher to support others: even just knowing that someone else is out there can make all the difference for a couple wishing to learn more!
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SUPER quick this week!
…And links for where to find out more!
So, I’ve been neglecting my own blog recently, but I did get a little spot done for Melody at Melody’s Harmonies. What made it to her blog was the “personal experience” component, which I never feel all that confident about writing. The original piece I sent her was more about introducing people to our chosen method, so I give that to you below.
Please head over to her blog to check out what I and a few other women have to say about our journeys (so far) with NFP! And if you want to learn more about BCC, contact me!
Hey ladies! There’s a new BBT (Basal Body Temperature) Thermometer for NFP-users due to come on the market Spring 2016… That is, if they raise enough funds.
Let me introduce to you: Temp-Drop. It’s a BBT that you fasten under your arm at night. It automatically tracks your temperature, keeps track of your sleep cycles, and determines your *TRUE* BBT for the night, making it much easier to chart temperatures, especially during periods of poor or interrupted sleep. This means that no one is beholden to their alarm clock, too. To top it all off, it is capable of syncing directly to your phone or computer, uploading your information to your favorite charting app!