Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The 19th looked at how sudden school closings are forcing parents to find a balance of work, childcare, and health with very little notice.
- The New York Times reported that some prenatal blood tests are unreliable in predicting rare disorders in a fetus.
- Bloomberg Businessweek described how the pandemic is erasing decades of progress in young women’s health, education, and independence in developing nations.
- Catapult shared a piece by a mom who started weight lifting after childbirth and pelvic organ prolapse.
- Vanity Fair shared an essay by actress Sarah Wynter about her experiences with postpartum psychosis after she gave birth to her twins.
- Moms.com criticized Wine Mom culture.
- Today’s Parent asked, “Should kids get to spend their money however they want?”
- Romper talked to Stacey Abrams about her children’s book, Stacey’s Extraordinary Words, and her advice to parents.
- The New York Times shared a guest essay by professor and author Dr. Kate Manne, who reflected on her body image issues, especially in relation to her young daughter.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “A Note of Reassurance from Your School District Regarding Our Updated Omicron Policies.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We rounded up the best pull-on pants for the office.
- We talked about making meaningful goals.
- We recommended personal finance tasks to do ASAP in the beginning of the year.
- We shared some New Year’s sales, some of which are still on!
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