Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Today’s Parent explained how to treat adult acne when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
- The New York Times talked to a Harvard PhD candidate in sociology and social policy about how couples divide “cognitive labor” among four categories: anticipate, identify, decide, and monitor.
- PureWow encouraged moms to “parent loudly” at work.
- Scary Mommy shared how to find help if you have a high-risk pregnancy.
- Romper explained how to talk to kids about police killings.
- Parents provided an age-by-age guide to teaching kids to swim.
- Working Mother shared tips on having a fulfilling sex life after becoming a parent.
- The Atlantic explored the contradictions and inequalities of the Box Tops for Education program.
- The Washington Post published a mom’s essay about why she still reads aloud to her tween and teen.
- Mental Floss listed 24, uh, interesting parenting tips from the 1800s.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Points in Case, with “An Open Letter to That A**hole, Algebra, Who I Thought I’d Never See Again.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- The Hunt rounded up stylish sheath dresses for work.
- We talked about decision-making styles.
- We shared five easy ways to drink more water.
- We looked at past Corporette posts, including ways to stop shopping and how to take care of your eyes during allergy season.
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