- Real Simple offers tips on swimsuit-shopping and rounds up the best facial sunscreens.
- Harvard Business Review explains what researchers found when they looked at patterns of women’s participation in the workforce across their 20s, 30s, and 40s.
- The Week has an essay about working moms with an excellent quote from the author of Maxed Out: American Moms on the Brink: “We’re expected to do our jobs as if we don’t have children — and then raise our children as if we don’t have jobs.”
- The New York Times looks at U.S. infant mortality, which falls behind 25 other industrialized nations (even when you factor in the babies with very premature births).
- Sunshine and Hurricanes writes about how it’s good for kids to be bored this summer.
- Here are some easy weeknight recipes from Cool Mom Picks.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Did you know that $65 million pants lawsuit is still not fully resolved? Roy Pearson filed suit in … 2005. Lowering the Bar brings you up to speed.
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On Corporette Recently…
- Kat answered a reader question about dealing with an assistant who throws temper tantrums.
- We talked about preventing savings burnout and keeping white blouses white.
- The Hunt rounded up nude flats.
- Did you see the conversation in the comments about summer camp and paying a summer nanny on the books?
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