Thanks for your interest in contributing to our blog. We love to hear varied voices and learn from your experiences regarding mikveh, taharat hamishpacha, marriage, intimacy and beyond. We would love to hear from balaniot, kallah teachers, educators, mikveh users, midwives, doulas and non-professionals.

General Guidelines:

Your post belongs to you and will be credited to you, unless you request anonymity. The content should be original and authored by you; you may use ideas, concepts and lessons you have written about in the past as long as the content itself is new. This protects Eden from duplicate content issues.

We edit all posts and seek your final approval before publication.   We translate all articles to Hebrew and English.  We reserve the right to reject a post or delay a post.

Please provide a brief biography (approximately 50 words). You may include links to personal or company social media profiles or your website.

Style Guide:
Article length: No requirement but ideally around 750 words.
Post titles: Not more than 70 characters in length
Informal writing style. Original content.

Use these spellings in English: Mikveh, Hatan, Balaniot, singular for Balaniot- mikveh attendant.

Republishing: 
After publication, the post is exclusive to The Eden Center blog. If you want to submit this post elsewhere, please consult with us. If reposted, with our permission, you must include a line at the beginning of the post stating that “this post/article originally appeared on The Eden Center blog (www.theEdenCenter.com)”, with a link to The Eden Center.

Images:
It is not necessary to provide images or graphics. We welcome your suggestions for accompanying images. If you would like to use specific images or graphics, follow these guidelines:
Format: .jpg or .png
Size: Images must be at least 1140×468
Images must be rights checked and not have copyright restrictions. If needed, sources and attribution should be listed at the end of the post.

Thank you!