Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The New York Times observed that other countries pay for childcare in very different ways than the U.S.
- The Wall Street Journal looked at the growth of The Mom Project, which connects mothers with job opportunities.
- Scientific American quoted a doctor as saying, “The Delta variant in unvaccinated pregnant patients is one of the most horrifying disease processes I’ve ever seen.”
- The Atlantic talked to sociologists to find out how they split up household tasks in their own lives.
- The Conversation defined “zigzag working”: “juggling paid work (formal employment) and unpaid work (such as caregiving, household duties and volunteering) when both are being performed in the same environment during the same blocks of time.”
- Disability Scoop noted that Sesame Street has expanded their resources for autistic kids and their families.
- Romper offered the ultimate baby travel checklist for the holidays.
- USA Today gave tips on how to celebrate Halloween this year.
- The New York Times rounded up seven podcasts for parents who need a break.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Points in Case, with “Quiz: Birth Control Brand or White Celebrity Baby Name?”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- The Hunt rounded up statement winter coats.
- We talked about office life in 2021.
- We looked back at past Corporette posts, including friending your boss on social media and morning office routines.
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