Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The New Yorker explained why congresswomen wore white as a statement at the State of the Union.
- Marie Claire shared hair tips for all women.
- Insider shared 12 old-school beauty tips that still apply today.
- The Chicago Tribune reported that moms still face biases at work.
- Harvard Business Review‘s podcast, “Dear HBR,” recently provided advice for working moms.
- The Atlantic interviewed the authors of a new book, Love, Money, and Parenting: How Economics Explains the Way We Raise Our Kids, which looks at parenting styles from around the world.
- Writing for The New York Times, an OB/GYN suggested that even though there has been a trend to believe drinking while pregnant isn’t that bad, it’s never a good idea.
- The New York Times also suggested women financial advisers are more likely than men to consider their clients’ families.
- The Washington Post reported on a study that found dads are happier than moms.
- Motherly shared fitness professional and new mom Katrina Scott’s view that women should be kinder to themselves about their postpartum bodies.
- Huffington Post UK suggested that if parents stopped “sugarcoating” what it’s like to have kids, it would make things easier for all parents.
- Working Mother shared how a mom’s response via LinkedIn to the question, “Don’t you ever feel guilty that you take them to daycare?” encouraged other moms to tell their stories.
- For your Laugh of the Week: A couple years old, but still true in 2019, Huffington Post shared 35 tweets about what Valentine’s Day is really like for parents.
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