- New Year’s resolution to clean out your closet? Here are tips from Racked.
- Fast Company looks at three companies who are doing a good job of supporting working moms.
- Mashable thinks about how to get rid of the gender wage gap.
- Working Mother shares some mindfulness exercises for moms feeling stressed.
- At New York magazine’s The Cut, the latest subject of the “How I Get It Done” series is Alicia Glen, deputy mayor of NYC.
- “It’s time for employers to start letting parents bring kids to work,” writes Darlena Cunha at Quartz.
- The Atlantic shares “The Ambition Interviews,” essays by Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace about their former Northwestern classmates and what they’re doing now, years later.
- NPR talks to Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, about how schools can support introverted kids. She recently wrote a book for young adults, Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts.
- Also from The Cut, a mom explains “Why New Moms Make Bad Friends.”
- Here’s a good piece from Time that touches on some issues we’ve talked about when discussing the role of the default parent.
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On Corporette Recently…
- We talked about New Year’s resolutions.
- We recommended online classes for working women.
- We took a look back into Corporette history.
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