- New York magazine’s The Cut shares a list of eye creams that work.
- College professor Sarah Summers writes for Working Mother, “I Wear My LuLaRoe Leggings to Work, and I’m Not Sorry.”
- In its “25 Famous Women on…” series, New York magazine’s The Cut shares thoughts from 25 women about style as identity.
- Working Mother looks at the parenting practices of 10 U.S. presidents’ mothers.
- STAT News reports on the dangers of Hyland’s teething products: “Babies had repeated seizures. Babies became delirious. Babies were airlifted to the hospital, where emergency room staff tried to figure out what had caused their legs and arms to start twitching.”
- The New York Times’ Well Family looks at teen depression.
- A doctor (who’s a mom) writes for Slate about which parenting advice is based on real science.
- Parents has a piece about dealing with rude tween behavior.
- For your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s gives you “Great Parenting Blogs Through the Ages.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- Kat shared some picks for work shoes at the Nordstrom Winter Clearance Sale.
- Kat gave some advice to a reader who has an assistant who talks too much and to a reader asking about jewelry for the office.
- We talked about favorite TV shows for work fashion.
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