Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Who What Wear provided five fashion trends to expect this fall.
- Elle shared that Meghan Markle was “speechless” while editing an interview with Michelle Obama for the September edition of British Vogue.
- Forbes offered advice based on conversations with several working mothers, including why you shouldn’t compromise.
- Huffington Post shared new research that found having a white male ally at work may increase a woman’s pay.
- Harvard Business Review discussed why it’s better to find satisfaction from your work as opposed to being happy.
- HBR also provided insight for dual-career couples seeking balance in their lives.
- CNN reported that yet another manufacturer of infant inclined sleepers has issued a safety recall
- The Washington Post reported that summer camps, churches, daycares, and other childcare providers may be overlooking — or ignoring — basic safety concerns when transporting children.
- The Washington Post also shared why Disney-loving childless millennials are defending themselves following one mom’s rant about adults who go to the parks sans kids.
- Elle discussed why one of the first moms to blog about her gender reveal party is no longer a fan of these events.
- For your “What Just Happened?” of the Week: The Atlantic took a stab at explaining that 1981 op-ed Joe Biden wrote about his take on a tax credit that would help families pay for childcare.
- For your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s gave helpful tips for surviving, er, enjoying that beach house vacation with 17 other family members.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- For the second installment of our Week in the Life of a Working Woman series, a library director in the Northeast shared her story.
- In our latest installment of The Hunt, we shared the best black heels for business attire.
- We discussed our favorite and least favorite fashion trends of 2019.
- We offered office gadgets that make your life better.
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