News Roundup

Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…

  • Who What Wear reminded us that spring is just around the corner with 14 fresh options for bright, office-friendly blazers.
  • The Strategist provided a list of must-try products for dry hair and oily hair.
  • Refinery29 shared pics of Jessica Alba’s new post-pregnancy, ’do and why it’s a good look for just about anyone not quite ready to chop it all off.
  • Refinery29 also offered haircut ideas for various lengths and styles.
  • A work-advice columnist for The New York Times discussed if or when an employee should tell a potential employer she has children. (Answer: Approach this as a decision, not an obligation, to disclose.)
  • Ask a Manager gave advice to a new mom about talking to a supervisor who seems annoyed that the new mom is following the flexible schedule they agreed on.
  • Working Mother reported the top 70 companies for executive women, according to the National Association for Female Executives.
  • Working Mother also discussed why working women can’t neglect to take care of themselves, even if they’re able to manage taking care of everyone else at home and at work.
  • NPR discussed the new Shero Barbie dolls released to celebrate International Women’s Day.
  • The New York Times reported that Americans might no longer prefer sons over daughters.
  • For your laugh of the week, McSweeney’s shared some tips from the Toddler Feelings Helpline, including the prompt: “if Mama went to the store for a minute but you are pretty sure she’s never coming back, please mash all of the keys but mostly 1.”

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Comments

  1. The NYT has a good piece on kids sharing rooms in the real estate section, which maybe I liked because my kids will have share a room so reading about how it’s a good thing made me feel better about the whole thing. They also did a cute story in the style section about pregnancy overalls, which to be totally honest made me a bit sad to not be pregnant right now because it really is a cute look!

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/09/realestate/fitting-growing-kids-into-small-spaces.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=real-estate-left-region&region=real-estate-left-region&WT.nav=real-estate-left-region

  2. sharing says:

    Thanks for sharing! My kids share rooms and will likely until they go to college – 4 kids in a 3BR condo. We have a 15 y/o and a 12 y/o in one room, and 6 y/o twins in another. They are all boys, so that makes it a bit easier.

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