- Racked gives you tips for keeping your sweaters in good shape this winter.
- Working Mother talks about what happens when you mistakenly equate achievement with success.
- Here are some more tips on dressing for holiday family photos, this week from The Mom Edit.
- The American Lawyer has an essay about women who worry about being thought of as “difficult” at work, while Harvard Business Review looks at what happens when people are too nice at work.
- Postpartum Progress comments on a disturbing tweet about postpartum depression — it came from the Office of Health and Human Services.
- Working Mother shares the results of their recent survey of working moms.
- In case you missed it this week: The New York Times’ Motherlode blog shares a video of a father having a poignant conversation about the Paris attacks with his young son. (It’s subtitled.)
- Another ICYMI: this New York Times essay about a mother’s horrifying experience that made her question why mothers are expected to go back to work so soon after giving birth. (Content warning: to give you an idea of what the essay is about, the headline is “A Baby Dies at Day Care, and a Mother Asks Why She Had to Leave Him So Soon.”) It currently has 2,000+ comments (which you probably would be wise to avoid).
Do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We talked about cute office supplies and when to use them, as well as holiday cards for friends and colleagues.
- Kat answered a reader’s question about half-slips and tights for work.
- We took a look back in Corporette history.
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