- The New York Times featured Michelle Obama’s personal tailor, Christy Rilling, who’s starting her own line.
- The Wall Street Journal shared five work perks you’ll see in the future.
- The Atlantic explained how quitting a job can lead to grief.
- CNBC shared tips on planning a happy retirement.
- The Wall Street Journal noted, “The search for a safe place to save money has led Americans to rediscover the most vanilla of all financial products: the certificate of deposit.”
- WIRED explored the ageism and fear of aging found on TikTok.
- Speaking of aging, BBC News reported that more tech firms are focusing on creating menopause-related products.
- Daily Beast looked at fans’ backlash against Netflix’s cancelation of filmmaker Nancy Meyers’s new movie, Paris Paramount, which could have ended up being the most expensive rom-com ever.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The Belladonna, with “Decode the Mystical Numerology of Your Student Loans.”
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We took a look back at past CorporetteMoms posts, including the best probiotics for kids and pumping routines.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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Yup, on the CD bandwagon, it’s the first time in ages when the rates are high enough to warrant the effort.
How do you move on from disappointments and not let them shake your confidence at work? I interviewed for an internal position – I knew the person interviewing me had doubts about my ability to do the role so I tried to instill confidence and share my experience in a way that would resonate. Ultimately it did not, which is fine but I’m trying to stop doing the whole “I should have done this differently” and beating myself up over the preparation I did do. It’s also a bit of a confidence shake when someone thinks you can’t do something you know you can. How do you move on from these feelings?