Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
Coronavirus-Related News & Resources
- The New York Times offered advice about the safety of kids and grandparents spending time together.
- The Washington Post noted that the tech industry’s adoption of work-from-home policies will likely influence other industries’ decisions.
- The Washington Post also used this ominous headline: “The pandemic upended child care. It could be devastating for women.”
- Writing for GEN, a father described how he’s using his 5-year-old son’s love of everything Pokemon to help him continue learning when school is closed.
- At The Atlantic, a doctor and two researchers wrote an opinion piece strongly advocating for opening summer camps. (Thoughts, readers?)
- NPR invited kids to send a postcard to share what they’re doing during the pandemic. (Also, “quar-baking” is apparently a word now?)
In Other News…
- The New York Times explained how to make ice cream in a Mason jar.
- Lifehacker shared details on Microsoft’s new Family Safety app.
- People noted that Crayola has produced a “Colors of the World” set that represents 40 skin tones.
- For your Laugh of the Week: The New Yorker gave some helpful parenting tips.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We talked about how to grow vegetables at home.
- We asked what clothes readers have stopped wearing during quarantine.
- We shared the best online tools for working from home.
- A compliance officer in fin tech in San Francisco shared her Personal Money Snapshot.
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