- Vogue provided some fall fashion inspo by featuring 14 working women, including a few working moms.
- Fashionista shared the best new K-Beauty products.
- Working Mother explained “sandbox anxiety” from the perspective of a working mom who tends to downplay her professional successes when talking with other moms at the park.
- Working Mother also shared how an attorney mom fits exercise into her schedule.
- Above the Law reported that a leader at a BigLaw firm has asked women to tell him if they plan to become pregnant — for “budgetary reasons.”
- WBEZ talked to Senator Tammy Duckworth about being a working mom, being a senator, and clipping coupons.
- Vote.org includes state-by-state registration deadlines ahead of the midterm election on November 6, including links to register online. (But just to be sure, also check out your state’s individual voter registry laws — the site recently updated their Texas information after the state rejected 2,400 registrations.)
- The Washington Post shared an essay about a stay-at-home-dad’s experiences.
- The New York Times suggested how to talk about consent with kids who are under 6 years old.
- Reuters warned that some at-home baby monitors might be providing inaccurate data.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Babble shared some funny Tweets about parenting.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked, do you have a TV in your bedroom?
- We took a look at the Corporette time capsule.
- We discussed what to say in a goodbye email.
- We also asked, how much do you spend on work clothes?
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