Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Refinery29 reveals “How Famous People Control Their Acne.”
- After observing that way too many fashion brands use ampersands in their names, Racked created a name generator to make even more. Example: “Cloves & Kit, a brand making vintage-inspired basics based in the Pacific Northwest.”
- Glassdoor has a new salary tool called Know Your Worth that gives you a custom salary estimate based on your title, company, location, and years of experience.
- The Muse offers advice on dealing with a control freak at the office.
- Working Moms Against Guilt gives specific tips for saying no to requests.
- Quartz talks about a short film shown at October’s TED women’s conference — six working women were asked “what productive, mind-centering things they would do if they could somehow add more hours to each day.”
- The New York Times shares a story and slideshow about a family with quadruplets in upstate New York.
- A mother writes in the Washington Post’s On Parenting that she’s glad her daughter skipped a grade.
- I think Captain Obvious wrote the headline for this NPR story: “Poverty Wages For U.S. Child Care Workers May Be Behind High Turnover.” (Is there a lot of turnover at your kids’ daycare?)
- A Hellobee blogger writes about her family’s favorite 50 (!) picture books.
Do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- Readers had a discussion in an election open thread.
- We rounded up the best online glasses stores as well as stylish velvet blazers and wintry jackets.
- We gave some tips on what to do with your investments when the stock market drops.
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