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 explained how to deal with people who ignore COVID safety.
- Smithsonian magazine talked to experts about whether kids with runny noses, fevers, and coughs should be quarantined and tested.
- The Washington Post published an op-ed that stated, “Educators can work safely in schools, and schools can be the safest place to be for children during a pandemic.”
In Other News…
- Fashionista noted that “waterless” formulas are making beauty products more potent and sustainable.
- Allure highlighted a new dermatologist search tool that connects people of color with “culturally competent” doctors.
- Harvard Business Review explained how to feel more confident, connected, and in control as a working parent.
- The Associated Press shared the news that Kamala Harris’ husband, Doug Emhoff, is quitting his job as a lawyer to support her career and focus on his White House role.
- InStyle listed seven common laundry mistakes you might be making.
- ProPublica reported that a House subcommittee says “unsafe” booster seats are being sold to parents while regulators fail to protect children.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Welcome to Your At-Home High-Intensity Interval Toddler Class.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked readers about that eternal debate: skinny vs. bootcut.
- Readers talked about their stress, sleep, and eating habits of late and how working from home has changed the dynamics of their jobs.
- We looked back at previous Corporette posts, including stylish wear-to-work pants with pockets and the best paper planners.
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