- Vox explained the shift from “anti-aging” beauty products to more positive words like “renewal” and “radiance” — including new Neutrogena ads with Kerry Washington, Nicole Kidman, and Jennifer Garner. (Still, the main ingredients are often the same.)
- Motherly shared their favorite face masks for moms who need a little me time.
- The Cut provided how to prepare for an interview, according to Alison Green of Ask a Manager.
- A Medium writer asked, will “Time’s up” be applied to the uneven distribution of responsibilities women bear in motherhood and marriage? (What do you think?)
- Working Mother reported that ABC World News meteorologist Ginger Zee had to defend her decision to travel away from her children to report on a tropical storm, even though her male colleagues would never face the same level of scrutiny.
- Working Mother suggested strategies for working moms to be able to vote, even when juggling a full schedule.
- NPR asked why children are more prone to vomiting than adults.
- The Washington Post reported that New York AG primary candidate Zephyr Teachout showed herself getting an ultrasound in her campaign ad.
- The Washington Post also shared a free-range parent’s thoughts after her toddler suffered a concussion while running barefoot on concrete.
- The New York Times suggested how and when to limit a child’s use of tech based on his or her age.
- Inc. explained that daughters who are nagged are more successful (an older article, but still new to us…).
- For your Laugh of the Week: Huffington Post shared 45 tweets about the math of parenting.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked: what are your friendship tiers — who is a close friend vs. an acquaintance?
- We took a look at the Corporette time capsule.
- We shared how to style a sweater as a layering piece.
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