Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Forbes offered Rebecca Minkoff’s capsule collection with Stitch Fix, which offers sizes 00–24 and XXS–3X.
- Fashionista shared an investigation into The RealReal‘s authentication process that appears to be letting counterfeit items slip through.
- Fast Company explored the cost of not wearing makeup to the office.
- Marie Claire shared the drugstore beauty products spotted backstage at New York Fashion Week.
- Quartz suggested why it’s important that The Wing’s founder, Audrey Gelman, is the first visibly pregnant CEO on the cover of a business magazine.
- Pew Research released a report that found working parents prefer to be employed, despite the many challenges of balancing work and family.
- Vox discussed the benefits of raising children in a city instead of a suburb.
- Refinery29 shared how a journalist came to terms with knowing her job wouldn’t exist after her maternity leave.
- Marketplace discussed why more women aren’t in the workforce.
- The New York Times suggested how to plan in case your child gets sick while traveling on a plane.
- ICYMI: Earlier this summer, Harvard Business Review published “A Working Parent’s Survival Guide.” HBR also released a podcast about the report.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Huffington Post shared video of Larry David reading the newest book by Go the F*** to Sleep author Adam Mansbach, F***, Now There Are Two Of You, available Oct. 1. (Language obviously NSFW.)
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We discussed how to cope with an emotional hangover, lingering stress, or residual anxiety.
- We continued our series The Money Snapshot with a 30-year-old public policy researcher in the Bay Area.
- We shared a weird organizing tip: using your iPhone’s Camera albums for lists, ideas, and to-dos.
- We asked readers for ways to celebrate professional wins.
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