Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Refinery29 shares a list of eco-conscious brands just in time for Earth Day.
- Racked looks at the quick growth of Ipsy, Michelle Phan’s beauty box subscription.
- Above the Law comments on how Littler Mendelson labels every flextime attorney on its website (most of whom are women).
- The New York Times’ Women in the World explains how a new dad came up with an idea to ease his wife’s postpartum pain.
- Brightly gives you a list of the funniest books for kids.
- In The New York Times, Jennifer Malia writes about why Julia, the new “Sesame Street” character with autism, gives her hope.
- Scientific American reports on a new study that found differences in how parents in various countries rate their children’s autism signs.
- The Washington Post’s On Parenting tells you why spacing out vaccines is a bad idea.
- At Babble, Stephanie Portell writes about going through a divorce with have young children.
- From Mommy Nearest: “According to a recent study from Iowa State University, many parents who choose to co-sleep with their babies feel the need to hide it from friends, family and even their baby’s own pediatrician.”
- Also from Mommy Nearest: Why moms love Target.
- Honest Toddler shows you how to block “Calliou” (or any other show you’d like to pretend doesn’t exist) on Netflix.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We talked about spring cleaning our offices and white pants for work.
- We also discussed what to get your assistant for Administrative Professionals’ Day.
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