Wondering where are the best places to buy and sell used maternity clothes? We rounded them up…
Wondering where to find interview suits if you’re pregnant? So were we, so we took a look…
How (and when) do you tell your boss you’re pregnant? What should you factor into consideration? I’ve had three different readers write to me with a question along these lines, so now seems like a great time to discuss how to announce your pregnancy at work. Reader K is one of those readers: Wondering what … Read More about How to Announce Your Pregnancy At Work
A reader (going off her ADHD meds while trying to conceive) wondered how to handle it if her job performance was affected.
Should you look for a new job while trying to get pregnant? If you’re already pregnant, should you take a new job without telling your new employer what’s what? Reader S has a great question about taking a new job while pregnant… I have a dilemma. A while ago I applied for a great government … Read More about Taking a New Job While Pregnant
This is a post about working through your first trimester of pregnancy, which can be particularly trying — extreme fatigue, nausea, and all while trying to keep your “situation” on the QT in case of miscarriage. But I suppose I should make a mini-announcement regarding some personal news in Katland. First, some hints: I’m on … Read More about Working Through Your First Trimester of Pregnancy
Welcome to our guest poster, a Fortune 500 lawyer who has some suggestions for how to dress professionally after maternity leave!
How do you hide a baby bump? This struck us as a great question… I’d love to see some suggestions on hiding a baby bump while dressing appropriately for the office. Hiding my growing belly wasn’t hard with my first baby. It just wasn’t that big. Now I’m pregnant with my second and, true to … Read More about Open Thread: Hiding a Baby Bump
Stuck late at the office or over the weekend, and have something on your mind? Discuss it here. Pictured: Noritake “Elements Marine” Mug, 12 Oz., available at Macys.com for $11 (was $16)