Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Working Moms Against Guilt rounds up some subscription boxes for kids — and for you.
- Ain’t No Mom Jeans checks out ShopBuru, whose tagline should interest a lot of working moms: “Hand-Picked Ready-to-Wear for Breast-feeding Moms and Beyond.”
- The Harvard Business Review discusses how a parent can become a “work-life athlete” through the principles of corporate athleticism.
- NPR takes a look at how parents’ anxious parenting styles can add to their children’s own anxiety.
- Joanna Goddard of A Cup of Jo asks her readers how many kids they want to, or wanted to, have (see the comments) and how things are turning out. How about you?
- The WSJ tells us that working fathers’ struggles are starting to sound more and more like working moms’ struggles. (Does anyone else feel like this is a “well, duh” moment?)
- The New York Times’ Motherlode blog talks about the all-or-nothing approach to giving our kids our attention.
- Parents gives you 14 ideas on what to do with all of those art projects your kid brings home.
Make sure to check out this week’s news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- Whether you ARE a summer associate or intern, or are working with ’em, Corporette’s Summer Associate series will hopefully be helpful — we looked at what to wear (in general), what to wear to company outings (such as golf, picnics, cocktail parties, and more), and just recently looked at some general business etiquette tips.
- Angie Cox from YouLookFab guest posted on how to make some of the newer trends in business casual look more flattering.
- Dr. Lois Frankel (author of the newly revised Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office) guest posted on what your hair says about you at the office.
- RoadWarriorette shared what to pack for a one-day business trip.
- We pondered if messenger bags are professional enough for the office.