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- The Strategist offered the best wrinkle-free clothes for travel.
- Forbes gave a history of adaptive fashion in response to Selma Blair’s knockout dress at the Academy Awards.
- Huffington Post suggested that 20 years later, Office Space is still relevant when it comes to lessons about the workplace. Just don’t steal our red staplers.
- LinkedIn editors curated articles about when it’s appropriate at work to open up about your personal life.
- Refinery29 offered advice from successful women on advocating for yourself.
- Fast Company provided three ways that doing remote work can help women advance in their careers.
- The Cut provided results of a recent study that found when women are funny at work, they aren’t as likely to advance as their male colleagues.
- The Cut also offered the perspective of a woman who retired at 38.
- The Wall Street Journal reported that if you use Care.com to hire a caregiver, you as the user are responsible for doing background checks.
- The New York Times shared seven ways to stay organized when planning a wedding.
- Elle reported that Captain Marvel is the highest grossing movie with a female lead.
- Your WTF of the Week: Ask a Manager answered a letter from a woman whose employer gifted female employees with menstrual cups in an effort to make the office more eco-friendly.
- Your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s shares a (made-up?) encounter with a friend who is now off social media.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We shared screen time rules that work.
- We took a look at the CorporetteMoms time capsule.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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