Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The Wall Street Journal explored the challenges working mothers still face in 2020.
- Entrepreneur offered ways for working parents to reduce stress in the morning.
- Fast Company suggested how to make a four-day week work.
- Above the Law reported that a BigLaw firm has expanded their family leave benefits.
- The Chattanooga Times Free Press reported that Tennessee will join other states that offer paid family leave.
- WBUR reported on a recent federal court decision in Boston that au pairs are to receive more protections as workers.
- NPR also reported on a lawsuit involving au pair agencies that has been settled in Denver for $65.5 million in back pay.
- Marker, on Medium, asked why not all breast pump startups make it.
- KGTV (San Diego) provided details about a new temporary ban on sales tax for diapers and tampons in California.
- NPR interviewed Ada Calhoun, author of the new book, Why We Can’t Sleep, about the pressures Gen X women face. (She also wrote the viral article, “The New Midlife Crisis,” published in the October 2017 issue of Oprah Magazine.)
- Parents interviewed model Tess Holliday about her experiences as a working mother.
- For your Recipe(s) of the Week: The New York Times offered more than 40 options for procrastibaking.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Motherly shared the unlikely place a woman chose for her pregnancy photo shoot.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We provided the best streaming workouts to do at home.
- We took a look in the Corporette time capsule.
- We asked readers, what is your annual clothing budget?
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