Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Above the Law shared that Banana Republic’s reissue of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg-style dissent collar quickly sold out, but more may be made available. BR will donate 50% of the purchase price to the ACLU’s Union Women’s Rights Project.
- Speaking of RBG, Forbes offered (imagined) life and career tips from the 86-year-old.
- Fashionista rounded up several products that have broccoli seed oil as an essential ingredient.
- The New York Times featured several blunt haircuts and explained why styles are transitioning from “‘Real Housewife’ hair.”
- Motherly reported that the governor of California has proposed extending that state’s partially paid parental leave from six weeks to six months.
- ABC News reported that Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa has implemented a program in which moms can bring their infants to work.
- Scary Mommy shared 11 reasons why being a working mom is actually pretty great.
- Parents provided a warning about a set of building toys after a child swallowed several small magnets and needed surgery.
- Vice’s Motherboard explained why the new Netflix series about decluttering with Marie Kondo is so popular.
- Motherly shared five ways to sneak yoga into your life.
- The Goods by Vox explained why parents are willing to pay $1,300 for a baby crib. (It’s now available on a more affordable rental plan.)
- For your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s shared a menu as imagined by a 3-year-old.
- For your Recipes of the Week: The Kitchn offered several kid-friendly meal-prep ideas that are much healthier than that list from McSweeney’s posted above.
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On Corporette Recently…
- We discussed “Dry January,” and what to drink instead.
- We shared the best winter coats to wear on your commute.
- We asked about design mistakes for workwear.
- We also asked, how are you planning for your career-related resolutions?
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