Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- CNN noted that 50 prominent men, including business leaders, athletes, and actors, are backing a proposal that would pay moms $2,400 a month for their “unpaid labor at home.”
- PsyPost examined a new study that found that suggests that the unequal division of household and childcare tasks among opposite-sex couples may reflect men’s and women’s preferences.
- The Washington Post looked at the difficulty of diagnosing autism in children right now.
- Romper explored the guilt some parents feel about having an only child.
- The New York Times noted that a commercial from Frida that was broadcast during the Golden Globes, is part of an effort to show the struggles of the “fourth trimester” (video autoplays).
- The Lily reported that women and girls over 13 can now be screened for anxiety as part of a routine checkup.
- Parents explained how to talk about feminism with your kids.
- The Washington Post shared that some Dr. Seuss books with racist imagery will go out of print.
- MacRumors shared that Apple has added an “Apple for Kids” portal to its website to help parents set up their kids on Apple devices, services, and platforms, and manage their usage.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Moms: The Vacation of Your Dreams Awaits You in the Dentist Chair.”
On Corporette Recently…
- We rounded up the best bodysuits for work outfits.
- We talked about social media-inspired purchases.
- We discussed executive functioning tips and tricks.
- We looked at meal prep.
- We took a look back at past Corporette posts, including brands that offer extended sizes and how to cut down on printing at home.
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