- Refinery29 has an essay about the body-positive movement, the media’s misguided labeling of certain celebrities as plus-size, and “medium-sized women.”
- Real Simple lists several beauty products at Trader Joe’s that are worth trying.
- The New York Times looks at how women’s empowerment became commodified.
- The Chicago Tribune reports on The Mom Project, a new company that connects stay-at-home moms with temporary work to aid them in their future return to the workplace; it “functions like an Airbnb for hand-selected talent.”
- The New York Times’ Well Family talks about the reasons girls have more anxiety than boys and the effects of a mother’s diet on a baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- Self tells you what to do if you happen to choke while you’re alone. (One more tip: If you call 911 for such an emergency, consider unlocking your front door first.)
- Mama Bird Diaries wonders whether we really do end up like our moms.
- The Austin Moms Blog acknowledges how hard it is to be a mom to young kids.
- New York magazine’s The Cut has an essay from a mother who shares her intriguing experiences raising a child in Austria after moving there from the U.S.
- Hellobee gives you several tips for toddler haircuts at home — and rounds up 35 apps for kids under 3.
- The Cool Mom Picks publisher writes for Today about being marked as a mom by all the Rainbow Loom jewelry her kids give her to wear.
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