Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The Strategist offered the best wrinkle-free clothes for travel.
- The New York Times answered questions about using retinols.
- The Cut provided results of a recent study that found when women are funny at work, they aren’t as likely to advance as their male colleagues.
- The Wall Street Journal reported that if you use Care.com to hire a caregiver, you as the user are responsible for doing background checks.
- The Washington Post explained why the man behind “time outs” stands by his now controversial idea.
- The Washington Post also reported that pregnancy is finally getting more attention from researchers.
- Psychology Today shared why the mental health of mothers should be a national priority.
- Time offered a better way to teach students with learning disabilities.
- Hello Giggles shared what a woman learned from other generations in her family regarding women “having it all.”
- Mental Floss explained how a new series of Harry Potter companion books will help children who have dyslexia.
- Good Morning America reported on a gathering of a real-life Bad Moms group.
- For your Wow of the Week: Time reported that for Pi Day — 3/14 — a Google employee set a new record.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Scary Mommy shared a dad’s funny post-it notes about parenting.
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