Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Sad news: After 40 years, Working Mother is no more.
- WIRED noted, “In the 1960s, some women programmers worked from home while fulfilling household chores. Decades later, women are still being asked to work more for less.”
- At The Cut, a mom shared her experience with diastasis recti.
- Emily Oster answered some common questions about kids and baths.
- TIME shared a piece by a mom who noted that people are still confused that her kids share her last name.
- The Washington Post reported on how “blue” suburban moms are mobilizing to counter conservatives in fights over masks, book bans, and diversity education.
- Parents spoke to Kelly Rippon, mother of Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, about how parents can a build a support network for their LGBTQIA+ children in competitive sports.
- Book Riot asked why more children’s books don’t feature negative emotions — and recommended some resources.
- Speaking of negative emotions, WIRED explained how parents can help kids deal with climate anxiety.
- The Telegraph explained why real-life royals are dressing like Disney princesses.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “The Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual Entry for Your Child.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We shared a Personal Money Snapshot from a lawyer in D.C.
- We featured our “holy grail” beauty products.
- We discussed what to wear for headshots.
- We talked about “body doubling” to increase productivity.
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