Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- WBUR reported that about 20 mothers (organized by a mom who’s a therapist) recently assembled outdoors to scream out their frustrations together.
- The Washington Post talked to women who became first-time moms during the pandemic and didn’t have the in-person support they needed.
- Reuters reported that New Mexico has asked National Guard members and state employees to volunteer as substitute teachers.
- Wirecutter advised how to tell if you have a fake N95, KN95, or KF94.
- The 19th shared that milk banks around the country are running low on donations right now.
- The New York Times noted that although ACOG guidelines say that couples planning to have a baby should be tested for the sickle cell genetic mutation, the testing is rarely done.
- Today’s Parent gave tips on cleaning bath toys, car seats, water bottles, and other kids’ gear.
- Polygon celebrated how Colombia is depicted in Encanto — and Entertainment Weekly noted that “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” became the highest-charting song (#4 on the Billboard Hot 100) from a Disney animated movie in 26 years.
- Book Riot shared results of a new study that found that in children’s books featuring a single main character, male perspectives still outnumbered female perspectives.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Frazzled, with “To Preserve My Sanity, I’ve Decided To Resign From Pandemic Parenting and Pursue My True Passion: Wordle.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We talked about the best strength training programs to do at home.
- We shared a Personal Money Snapshot from a public defender in Florida.
- We discussed how to decorate your workspace.
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