Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Harper’s Bazaar shared that Meghan Markle is launching a new capsule collection with designer Misha Nonoo and U.K. department store Marks & Spencer.
- Who What Wear offered a beauty editor’s suggestions for alternatives to 20 trendy products.
- BBC Worklife discussed how women’s workwear has evolved over the last century.
- BBC Worklife also described how an Australian company is implementing a new job-sharing program to help close “the motherhood pay gap.”
- Business Insider shared research that found women tend to reach peak career confidence at 40.
- Inc. reported that a Google employee’s memo, titled “I’m Not Returning to Google After Maternity, and Here Is Why,” is resonating beyond the walls of the tech giant.
- Thrive Global provided back-to-school tips for parents who work remotely.
- Fast Company shared an essay by a college senior who now understands why her mom didn’t tell her coworkers that she had children.
- Huffington Post discussed why a Sesame Street PSA has caused the Autistic Self Advocacy Network to cut ties with the children’s show.
- NPR explained why the fertility rate continues to decline due to people in their 20s having less sex and being more focused on careers than having kids.
- Elle shared inspirational quotes by Toni Morrison after the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winner passed away earlier this week.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Juggling the Jenkins shared a video highlighting the differences between a 1989 mom and a 2019 mom.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked readers, how do you celebrate milestone birthdays?
- We discussed career pivots and how to change your career in a major way.
- We answered a reader’s question of what to wear to a very casual office.
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