- The New York Times answered a reader question about whether a promotion requires a new wardrobe.
- Fashionista asked, “Who gets to be a fashion activist?”
- Elle looked at the trend of “skin cycling,” in which you streamline your nightly routine by cycling through your chosen skincare products while minimizing irritation.
- CBC Radio wondered whether job applicants should be paid for interviews (which prompted 1,000+ comments on the story).
- The Wall Street Journal highlighted the women who helped to build the CIA.
- The Wall Street Journal also shared the trend of requesting money from strangers for bachelorette parties via Venmo.
- Gloria shared a piece by a 35-year-old woman who was diagnosed as autistic as an adult.
- Fortune reported on new research that found that the proportion of patients who ultimately had a baby after freezing and using their eggs was just 39%—and that success was heavily influenced by age.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Vulture, with a quiz that asks, “How Much Do You Actually Remember About Avatar?” (Bonus Avatar-related laugh: this SNL sketch from a few years ago.)
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We asked readers about the primary driver of family decisions in their household.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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